hile other publications’ circulation shrinks, Site Selection continues to grow. Entering our seventh decade Site Selection’s global distribution has never been stronger, with new readers in all corners of the world.
Three magazines that changed the world — Site Selection, Playboy and Sports Illustrated — were launched in 1954. They are three of the longest-running publications still in print today.
Dwight D. Eisenhower was the 34th President of the United States from 1953 until 1961.
“I Love Lucy,” “The Jackie Gleason Show,” and “Dragnet” were the most popular shows on television.
Gasoline was $0.22/Gallon.
An Armistice halted The Korean War with a separation between North and South at the 38th parallel.
RCA manufactured the first color television — boasting 12.5” screen.
The first commercial jet, the Boeing 707, was built and tested.
Ernest Hemingway was awarded the Nobel prize in literature.
In 1954, McKinley Conway launched the first publication devoted to industrial development and corporate expansion.
Site Selection is read in 67 different countries around the world.
Our editors are invited to speak at more than 40 conferences and events every year.
Site Selection Editor-in-Chief Mark Arend has been an honored guest at the Republican Governors Association annual meeting.
Site Selection readers invest in an average of 130 new projects every month, worth an average of $15 billion a month.
Site Selection serves as the official publication of IAMC, The World Forum for Foreign Direct Investment and The Janus Forum.
It’s not uncommon for industry professionals like Jeremy Larkin, President, NAI Miami, to exclaim: “Site Selection is the standard for excellence in the industry.”
Our collection of Gamma awards includes multiple awards for: Excellence in Magazine & Journal Writing, Best Online Magazine and Best Business to Business Magazine.