ABOUT THE VIP-PREMIER MAGAZINE
The VIP-Premier magazine is an independent illustrated publication about the leaders and for the leaders. It has been coming out in Moscow since June 1991 with a circulation of 15,000. The magazine is printed in Moscow. It contains a brief English-language summary.
The magazine describes the life of modern Russia and the world through exclusive interviews and articles by top state leaders, managers, businessmen and financiers, as well as world-renowned workers of science and culture.
The concept of the VIP-Premier magazine is based on a combination of the best traditions of Russian journalism and modern world trends on the media market.
The readers of the VIP-Premier comprise the people who achieved success, the elite of Russian society, national and regional leaders.
The magazine is distributed in Moscow, in Russia, in CIS and other foreign countries, and is delivered directly to VIP people in state and government bodies. The magazine is on sale in kiosks of the Kremlin and the State Duma, in Moskovskie Novosti press distribution network, in elite hotels, and on VIP flights of private airlines, etc.
VIP-Premier participates and acts as in information sponsor of the most important political and public developments in the country, as well as of major fairs and exhibitions, including foreign ones.
Cooperation with VIP-Premier promotes mutually advantageous contacts with business partners of the magazine.
VIP-Premier Ltd., President
VIP-Premier Ltd., Vice-President
Regional ties director
Advertising section head
Distribution section head
Central Asia and the Middle East observer
Scanning and colors correction
Nina KOCHSHEEVA, Bibisara KDYRBAEVA, Zebo RAKHIMOVA
The opinions expressed in the published stories belong to their authors. Reference to VIP-Premier
in case of reprinting is obligatory.
The magazine is registered by the State Committee of the Russian Federation for the Press
on December 29, 1997 (#0110617)
Printing in Novosti Printing House public corporation
Circulation is 15,000 copies
Address: 26 (bld.2), Petrovka str., 127051, Moscow, Russia