Reach businesses across the region
Welcome to our quarterly magazine, Profile, which features in-depth coverage of the region’s issues, initiatives and success stories of businesses and entrepreneurs.
It is delivered to hundreds of offices and workplaces across the county and beyond, and has established itself as one of Devon & Plymouth’s best-read business publications.
As a member of the Devon & Plymouth Chamber, one of the many benefits you have access to is the chance to contribute to Profile, which goes out every quarter to all our other members and people right across the region – in print AND online.
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Meet the dedicated Profile design team
Since 2020, we have been working with the hugely experienced team at Cornerstone Vision to produce Profile online and in print.
Cornerstone is based in Plymouth and is a one-stop resource in Plymouth for newspaper and magazine advertising, leaflet distribution, publishing, design and print.
They also produce The Plymouth Chronicle – Plymouth’s weekly, free-to-reader newspaper, delivered citywide and with a circulation of 92,000.
Special thanks to pbmedia for providing editorial support.
How Profile reaches all areas and sectors
Each quarter, Profile magazine aims to focus on a different geographical and sector focus area across the region.
For our spring edition, the Devon & Plymouth Chamber is working in partnership with South Devon College and Cornerstone Vision to focus on Torbay and South Devon, along with the hospitality and leisure sectors.
More details for the rest of the year will be announced soon.
Focusing on Green Skills in Torbay and South Devon – including the new Devon and Somerset Local Skills Improvement Plan (LSIP). Thank you to our partner South Devon College for supporting.
Shining the spotlight on Plymouth and its thriving marine and sustainability sectors. This edition also features our Chamber Awards, 30 Under 30 and a look ahead to the 2023 Devon Business Show.
This edition of Profile features a special report on how the tech sector is powering the ‘rise and rise’ of Exeter. It’s a truly exciting time for businesses in the city, and digital and tech is pointing the way.
Shining the spotlight on skills – more specifically the new Devon and Somerset Local Skills Improvement Plan (LSIP). Thank you to City College Plymouth for supporting and being our partner.
Featuring a preview of the Devon Business Show, including a focus on our partners, exhibitors and zones. Also celebrating Plymouth Argyle Football Club becoming the newest Patron of the Chamber.
Thanking the wonderful businesses who donated products and services for our online Auction for Ukraine, plus a look ahead to the ground-breaking Devon Business Show at Plymouth Pavilions.
Coming out of ‘Plan B’ with the highest-quality events programme possible, we also honoured our amazing ‘30 Under 30’ winners during a prestigious ceremony at Buckfast Abbey’s Schiller Hall.
Shining the spotlight on the Devon & Plymouth Chamber’s Net Zero programme – a month of events dedicated to business and the climate crisis agenda. Also featuring our Chamber Awards ceremony at Buckfast Abbey.
As well as celebrating our amazing finalists for the Devon & Plymouth Chamber Awards 2021, we looked ahead to our October events incorporating the Green Agenda, culminating in our four-hour broadcasted Net Zero Live event.
Featuring a look back at the G7 Summit meeting in Cornwall, where world leaders descended on Carbis Bay to discuss some of the most pressing challenges facing us, from climate change to tackling the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
Looking ahead to life after lockdown, this edition was supported by our partners at South Devon College and featured an in-depth look at the New Skills for Jobs White Paper by Principal and CEO Laurence Frewin.
Shining the spotlight on the winners of the Chamber of Commerce Awards – including a tribute to the irreplaceable Steve Whiteway, a Chamber director and a wonderful friend and colleague to so many of us.
Featuring a litany of construction projects that will bring investment and jobs, including attractions such as the generation-defining Box museum and art gallery and major construction projects in almost every corner of Devon.