Reed Business Information

Reed Business Information is an international media company that
supplies a range of services across multiple formats, including marketing,
business information, data services and job sites, as well as publishing
several magazines, including the long established and highly respected
New Scientist.

A Global Knowledge Base

With branches in the UK, USA, Europe, China, Singapore, Japan, Dubai
and Australia, the company has global reach and influence. It operates
across a wide range of business sectors, including aerospace, agriculture,
construction, social care, optical, HR, finance, banking and hairdressing.
The aerospace portfolio includes Helihub, a site that provides news,
safety reports, specifications and other technical data on the helicopter
industry; as well as Flightglobal, a website aimed at keeping the world’s
leading industry players up to date with the latest news, trends, jobs,
analysis and information. Specialist news stories on the Flightglobal site
cover Aerospace, Airlines, Business Aviation and Military subjects.
Flightgobal’s archive section allows its readers to browse archival copies
of Flight magazine from 1909 to 2005.

A Century of Experience and Service

The company takes it name from 19th century English publisher and
printer Albert E Reed, who in 1894 established a newsprint factory in
Kent, and went on to build a media empire. Today the business he
founded is part of a larger group of companies under the umbrella of
Reed Elsevier Group PLC, which has links to another 19th Century
industrialist, Jacobus George Robbers, from The Netherlands. Today,
Reed Business Information is committed to maintaining high
environmental standards and promoting renewable energy, as well as
carrying out charitable works in all of the communities that it operates in.
For example, in Atlanta, Georgia in the US, the company supports the
Open hand project, which helps to supply nutritious meals to people
suffering from chronic deceases that prevent them from cooking for
themselves; and the Singapore branch provides funding for the
Cambodian Children’s Surgical Centre.