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The Evolution of Financial Intelligence

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Worth is an American wealth management magazine for high net worth individuals. It is published on a bi-monthly basis and circulated to over 110,000 recipients.

Worth was founded in 1992 as a wealth management magazine for high net worth individuals. Under its current ownership, the magazine underwent a significant redesign in the spring of 2009 with a continued focus on topics related to both wealth creation and wealth management, including philanthropy and passion investments.

The magazine was purchased in February 2008 by Sandow Media. In May 2009, Sandow Media announced a total re-invention of the 18-year-old financial title Worth, including a new tagline: “The Evolution of Financial Intelligence.” The brand was re-created with an aim to serve a select group of high net worth individuals with an avid interest in the stewardship of their personal wealth. Featuring a cutting-edge design and compact format and printed on paper typically reserved for books, the magazine is geared to be an elegant, practical and portable resource for CEOs, entrepreneurs and investors.


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Professional in design and publishing industry. Conceptualize and orchestrate designs and redesigns that effectively reinforce and build brand images. Proven ability to drive record-high campaign in increasing publication sales and execute successful product launches...


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