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Successfully funded
overfunded
British Journal of Photography
  • Equity
266%
Raised
£399,720
Investors
230
Target
£150,000
Equity
13.55%
Pre-money valuation
£2,550,000

British Journal of Photography (BJP), est.1854, is one of the most influential photography magazines in the world. Since a management buyout in 2013 the business is profitable (over £1m revenue) with a redesigned print product, a growing subscriber base and 650,000 social followers. BJP now seeks investment to monetise its global digital audience, expand its growing competition and events business, and sell access to its unique 160+ year archive

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