As the official media partner of National Manufacturing Week 2018, Industry Update will be publishing Australia’s largest and most comprehensive NMW Preview in its April/May 2018 edition, due out 24th April 2018.

The magazine will be distributed to all visitors attending the exhibition in the official showbag at the entrance and from the Industry Update stand (Stand 2308).

Alongside the editorial, there is a further opportunity for National Manufacturing Week exhibitors to stake their claim on visitors’ mindshare by advertising in the preview. And to sweeten the deal, we’re offering some enticing discounts.

NMW exhibitors who are first-time advertisers with Industry Update will receive 35% off our casual rates. And our regular advertisers are offered 20% off casual rates.

Remember, our regular readers will be using the preview to plan their visit to NMW, and every other visitor will be given a copy when they enter the show. That’s a lot of exposure at National Manufacturing Week.

Industry Update Magazine is Australia’s largest circulating manufacturing publication, with a national circulation of 19,030 (AMAA audit November 2017) and a readership of over 76,000.

To take advantage of these special discounts, call Scott or Glyn on 02 9439 1288 or email The final advertising deadline is 6th April.

Alternatively, you can download our Media Kit here.

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