Commonwealth Business Communications is part of Henley Media Group – a privately held vibrant media business with head offices in Central London. We work in partnership with some of the world's most respected organisations to engage and influence high-level audiences in person, in print and online.
Since 2004 we have worked with numerous Commonwealth organisations, including the Commonwealth Secretariat, the Commonwealth Business Council (now the CWEIC) and the Royal Commonwealth Society, to help catalyse trade, investment and sustainable development across the Commonwealth through an extensive portfolio of publications and events.
Our highly respected publications are primarily aimed at Ministers, senior government officials and investment promotion agencies within the Commonwealth, and cover topics ranging from trade and investment, health, education, energy, infrastructure and the environment. Contributors are second-to-none, including Heads of State - such as Jacob Zuma (South Africa), David Cameron (UK), Stephen Harper (Canada), Muhammadu Buhari (Nigeria) and Uhuru Kenyatta (Kenya) – and individuals such as Kofi Annan, Christine Lagarde, Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma and Akinwumi Adesina.
We also provide a highly-respected platform for advertisers and sponsors to show their support of the Commonwealth and to demonstrate their expertise, innovative solutions and technologies to tackle the challenges faced by this unique ‘family of nations’, which encompasses 52 countries and 2.2 billion citizens.
We are also delighted to produce commemorative publications for the Commonwealth to mark occasions such as Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee and Her 90th birthday.
Our event portfolio ranges from private networking dinners at the Ritz Hotel to conferences on inward investment at Marlborough House. We also assist Commonwealth associations and governments with the planning, funding and running of their own events.
Henley Media Group’s other divisions include Climate Action (run in partnership with the United Nations Environment Programme), Clean Energy and the Aid & International Development Forum.
For further information, please visit www.henleymediagroup.com