Find out how the PPA works. From here, you can navigate to the homepages for the four overarching PPA groups (listed below) as well as the homepages for the PPA’s many activity areas (listed further below). Each homepage provides relevant news and contacts as well as details of the PPA committees within that section. If you get stuck at any point just use the breadcrumb trail above to return to this page.
Focused on consumer issues and home to the PPA Marketing Board and the Consumer Research Committee.Go to homepage
Bringing together professional information publishers across digital, print, data and face-to-face platforms. Go to homepage
PPA Scotland is dedicated to promoting and supporting the vibrant Scottish magazine publishing sector.Go to homepage
Serving the requirements of publishers with an annual turnover of £7m or less.Go to homepage
Helping publishers minimise their environmental impact on an individual and collective basis.
Providing support for members to help ensure debts are paid on time and in full.
Promoting and protecting the interests of PPA members on the policies and issues that matter.
The Periodicals Training Council (PTC) is the lead body for best practice in training and development
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Working with partners to strengthen the supply chain and maintain efficient and cost-effective delivery of magazines.
Working with publishers and suppliers to maintain professional standards in print and digital content production.
Promoting the benefits of the magazine category at retail to protect newsstand space and drive copy sales.
Bringing together subscriptions, circulation and marketing professionals to build audiences and manage data.