Dennis Publishing was founded in 1974.
It is now one of the world’s leading independently owned media companies with a turnover in excess of £95 million a year.
iGizmo, the world’s first digital, technology magazine was the number one download in Apple’s store.
700,000 people visit one of Dennis’ 35 websites every day.
Its first successful title was Kung-Fu Monthly. Dennis now publishes over 70 magazines, digital magazines, websites and mobile sites throughout the world.
Dennis brands include The Week, Monkey, Auto Express, Men’s Fitness, evo, PC Pro, Kontraband, Viz and Octane. It also publishes The Week in the US.
It posts over 25 million subscriptions copies to paying customers every year.
Someone buys a Dennis Publishing magazine from the newsstand every 2 seconds.
Dennis Publishing was the only publisher named as one of the Sunday Times’s Top 100 Best Companies to work for in 2007 and 2008.
Felix Dennis, owner of Dennis Publishing, planted 102,000 trees in the last year.
Every year, four lucky Dennis Publishing employees are treated to a trip of a lifetime to Mustique.
Dennis Publishing was originally run out of a garret in Central London’s Goodge Street. The company HQ is still based nearby and Dennis employs over 500 people around the world.
It is the only media company with a company poem: ‘The Bearded Dwarf’, by Felix Dennis. We think it captures are opportunistic spirit far better than any missions statement.