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    Doug Parker

    Leading A/E management publication rolls out firm-wide subscription model

    The leading management newsletter for A/E leaders, The Zweig Letter, announced today that its site license, in which entire firms have access to the weekly publication, is available to subscribers for as little as two cents per issue.

    Looking to reach deep into the org charts of firms large and small, The Zweig Letter’s multi-tiered subscription model allows firms to choose what’s right for their teams – whether it be a small firm with less than 49 people, a mid-sized firm with 250, or a large firm with 700-plus.

    A subscription includes a weekly, 12-page PDF sent out each Monday morning to subscriber emails and access to the website at Rates are devised on a sliding scale, from $0.32 per issue down to $0.02 per issue, depending on firm size.

    The Zweig Letter is a unique and powerful tool that essentially functions as an outside consultant, giving C-Suite and second-tier leaders what they need – confirmation of best practices, insight into emerging trends, and advice on how to successfully grow a firm,” said Chad Clinehens, president and CEO of Zweig Group, the full-service A/E consultancy that publishes the newsletter.

    Subscribing to the new model is easy, too. All you need is a prime contact and a csv spreadsheet of recipient emails. Emails will ONLY be used to transmit the newsletter.

    The Zweig Letter, founded in 1992, features a national group of writers – a mix of C-suite executives, industry experts, and Zweig Group’s own stable of in-house consultants. Loaded with management tips and best practices for a broad range of issues, the newsletter provides an inside look at how real people in the A/E industry tackle today’s challenges. Every edition leads off with a hard-hitting editorial from management guru Mark Zweig, the publication’s namesake. If you want to succeed in the A/E industry, The Zweig Letter is an indispensable tool for you and your team.

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