The Pam Golding Property group has launched a distinctive new lifestyle publication, entitled ‘Imagine’. This is a high quality, luxury title which allows readers to indulge their senses and dreams with insights into the desirable lifestyles of affluent home owners across a range of prime global destinations – from urban and trendy to idyllic, tropical island. Where do the rich and famous really live, what luxury locations do they frequent?
In this inaugural issue, discover where the latest getaway, leisure destinations are situated in Europe and the Indian Ocean Islands, find your iconic escape in a tranquil luxury retreat in the Western Cape, or visit vibrant city life in fashionable Maboneng Precinct in Gauteng – an up and coming ‘hotspot’. Whatever your preference, you can lose yourself in imagining what your life would be like in that one special place – an enclave that even exceeds your expectations. The publication also includes a showcase of appealing homes available to purchase, mainly from around the South Africa as well as overseas.
Comments Dr Andrew Golding, CE of the Pam Golding Property group: “’Imagine’ deals not only with the magical world of property aspirations, it also offers the reader insights and knowledge from experts, and from real people living in their dream homes. It looks at property market trends from around the world, including property investment both locally and abroad. Owning property is all about dreams and imagination, and this beautifully designed magazine brings these to life.”
With a print run of 31 000 and nationally distributed through leading retailers (bagged with Visi magazine with a cover price of R49.95), Imagine is also distributed in the SLOW and SAA international lounges in Johannesburg and Cape Town, Execujet lounges in Cape Town, Johannesburg and Lagos, as well as through the Pam Golding Properties network of offices and agents. Imagine is published twice a year by Bespoke Media and edited by Sonya Schoeman.
Adds Dr Golding: “Understanding the importance of online media consumption, we have made the magazine available as a page turner viewable on all devices from desktop to smartphone, and have also translated the full publication into an interactive App available to view on tablet.”