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Newhall Publishing, formerly Newhall Publications, is a family-owned magazine publishing and marketing company. It provides a full-service, multi-channel content publishing agency as well as a telemarketing and subscription offering through Client Services.
The firm began in 1962, when its founder, Joseph K. Douglas, created the "Cancer & Polio Research Fund News Letter," to provide updates on the fundraising activities of the related charity. By 1986 the newsletter had evolved into Candis magazine. The company changed its name to Newhall Publishing in 2014 in what was described as a "rebranding" consistent with the company's focus on the "multi-media content marketing industry".
The magazine, owned by Candis Club, targets a family customer base and emphasises family life as "the cornerstone of a healthy community". It is a monthly magazine and subscribers club, with a focus on health articles, competitions, and arranging discounts for members on a range of services. There are currently in excess of 85,000 magazines sold each month.
Candis Club is a service for subscribers to the magazine that arranges savings on goods and services as well as organising social events. Products offered include: travel, car and home insurance, will planning, breakdown and health cover. Part of the Club's remit is to make donations to health charities, and it has donated over £56 million to both major national health charities and local charities, schools and community projects to date.
Newhall Publishing is a family owned business that is owned by the descendants of the founder, Joseph K. Douglas. the key personnel are:
The company is a member of:
Newhall has been recognised as one of the Top 100 companies to work for in the UK since being awarded two-star, outstanding status in 2010 and retained to date.