Also major technology partners, Zipett has been quietly developing uppermost secure social media network and eCommerce platform over the last few years, around which they plan to unveil in 2015. So watch this space.
Publisher Robert Rob Tidy says: "Fashion weighes that print accomplishes this, so well. It's trusted and readers have an emotional connection to something they can keep. They love print."
He said Zipett is focused on "sophisticated women and man about towns" and claimed the magazine was unique because there is one global edition quarterly-- we have created a magazine which people will keep on their coffee tables for months; loaded with the luxurious images, fashion, art, health and well being and culture.
He said the launch is significant because Zipett is not a traditional publisher. Zipett's everlasting rob tidy goals have to do with extending into the global world of social media marketing and online ecommerce.
" I spend a great deal of time with my kids. A few months ago I was horrified to find my 8 Years old daughter chatting to someone on social media marketing that she believed to become the star Selena Gomez, even sharing pictures. As a parent, I prevented it immediately, but the reality prevails social networks has no effective controls. We are not suggesting over-the-top censorship, but the current model is not safe anytime, and there are a countless fake people, con artist, scammers and people not only aiming to rip people off but making a career beyond compromising your online security."
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The glossy print edition and digital version of Zipett will be premium priced and will be available globally via its website http://www.zipettmagazine.com. The digital version will also be available via a FREE Zipett smartphone/tablet app on popular apple appstore and google play platforms, and the lifetime subscription speedbizz.com will be rid to all its early subscribers.
Rob Tidy, who is currently inaugurating the upscale fashion publication with his Co Founder Peter Trainer, said: "The founding idea for this business had to do with curating a quarterly offering that inspired and entertained. Advance guard fashion and style pictorials meets modern relevant editorial features. Today it's about puncturing the noise of heaps of generic and sub-par online content. With the pending launch of Zipett in both the stunning glossy physical edition coupled with the free digital edition, I like we can achieve just that."
Zipett.com a division of 27 Industries Pty Ltd Publishing founder Robert Tidy with his Advertising Executive Jacqui Haebick unveiled Zipett Magazine at some of its Studios in Noosa on the beautiful Sunshine Coast of Queensland, Australia, before flying overseas to contact distributors of its magazine, in a move that plans to see an estimated 100,000 copies distributed worldwide four times a year.
" My goal as we move into the digital age is to provide social content services that are more secure and trustworthy than what's currently offered with other publishers. Let's admit it, people use the web to connect, discuss, share and exchange virtually anything in today times." Tidy says "Online scams, ID scammers, and gold card fraud scams pullulate on uppermost popular platforms. People need a better solution."
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Multi photographer, and contributing photographer and Co Founder Peter Trainer described it as "easily the most exciting launch of an Australian fashion magazine for a long times".