About us

Since its launch in 1996, Continuity, Insurance & Risk has become essential reading for risk management, commercial insurance and business continuity professionals. CIR's portfolio comprises multi-channel campaigns through the magazine, website and video, the Business Continuity Awards, the Risk Management Awards, the Commercial Insurance Awards, roundtables and research. A market leader in the sector, the CIR brand has a strong reputation for independent, authoritative reporting and high quality analysis, and has the highest audited circulation and readership of any UK-based insurance title.

Circulation and breakdown

CIR has the highest audited circulation in the sector with a print and digital circulation of 29,000, made up of:

8,500 fully audited (Audit Bureau of Circulations) print circulation. CIR also circulates to members of the major global risk associations and the world’s leading organisations, including many of the FTSE 350.

8,500 digital/tablet copies are distributed to members of BCMI and IIRSM. These are sent by the organisations on our behalf, by agreement.

12,000 digital/tablet copies sent to our e-newsletter subscribers. There is a strong correlation between print and digital readers. Wherever possible, we look for readers to receive the publication in both formats.

Industries covered

•Aerospace, defence, aviation
•Banking, finance
•Construction, engineering
•Energy, climate, environment
•Pharma, healthcare, biotech
•Industrials, mining, oil & gas
•Public sector
•Retail, manufacturing
•Technology (telecoms, soft/hardware, cyber)
•Transportation, infrastructure, utilities

CIR magazine is published bi-monthly.


CIR is published by Perspective Publishing.

For information on our other titles, please visit www.perspectivepublishing.com

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