The number of paying digital subscribers to the Financial Times has broken the quarter of a million mark; an increase of more than 30% year on year.  Of these, 100,000 are corporate subscriptions coming from over 2,000 different licences.

A growing number of businesses, including professional services and communications firms, as well as media owners, choose to buy an FT corporate licence to provide their staff with instant access to Financial Times content and services. Clients include the Hay Group, the London Stock Exchange and Clifford Chance.

Caspar de Bono, Financial Times’ Managing Director, B2B, said: “In these uncertain economic times, both individuals and companies are turning to the Financial Times to bring world business to one place. Our digital licences enable companies to access FT journalism across 40 different technology solutions, each designed to increase productivity.”

Gary Spokes, Knowledge & Information Manager, Hay Group, said: “The Financial Times is an invaluable partner for Hay Group. It aligns unrivalled insights into all business and market sectors with our expertise. All of which help us and our clients make better business decisions.”

For more information visit http://ftcorporate.ft.com/

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For further information please contact:

Azmar Sukandar
Head of Communications, Asia Pacific
T: (+852) 2905 5519
E: azmar.sukandar@ft.com

Darcy Keller
Head of Communications, the Americas
T: (+1) 212 641 6614
E: darcy.keller@ft.com

Tom Glover
Deputy Director of Communications
T: +44 (0) 207 775 6840
E: tom.glover@ft.com

 

About the Financial Times:
The Financial Times, one of the world’s leading business news organisations, is recognised internationally for its authority, integrity and accuracy. Providing essential news, comment, data and analysis for the global business community, the FT has a combined paid print and digital circulation of 592,390 (Deloitte assured, 4 July 2011 to 2 October 2011) and a combined print and online average daily readership of 2.1 million people worldwide (PwC assured, May 2011). FT.com has over 4 million registered users and 250,000 paying digital subscribers. The newspaper, printed at 23 print sites across the globe, has a global print circulation of 344,583 (ABC, September 2011).