The ProcurementAsia editorial team welcomes all contributions and news tips; on or off the record, anonymous or attributed. Here are a few tips to make it easier for you;
- Editorial coverage is in no way related to any advertising arrangements you may (or may not) have with ProcurementAsia magazine. All decisions on editorial content are made by the editorial team with one objective in mind - increasing the magazine's readership amongst procurement and supply chain professionals in Singapore. Please don't ask the advertising salespeople for editorial support, they have no influence over editorial matters.
- Procurement and supply chain managers value ProcurementAsia because, in addition to being a publication that separates advertising & editorial, it gives them an opportunity to learn from the experiences and opinions of their peers – other procurement and supply chain managers. Therefore, ProcurementAsia is devoted to telling the stories of real life procurement and supply chain professionals, usually in the form of case studies and special reports.
- If you have a client that is doing something interesting with your product/service and you believe s/he might make an interesting case study, the ProcurementAsia editorial team would dearly love to hear from you.
- ProcurementAsia does not run articles on vendors and vendor organisations. Period. However, many vendors have valuable advice and research findings to share with the community which are featured in the first few pages of the magazine. If you have some advice, an opinion or some research findings to share, please contact the ProcurementAsia editorial team.
- Even though it does not write about them, ProcurementAsia appreciates that procurement and supply chain managers could not achieve their objectives without vendors so it is important that the ProcurementAsia editorial team is aware of the vendors in each category and understands where they are coming from. So please continue to send your releases to ProcurementAsia journalists and include them in your briefings.
- Under no circumstances is ProcurementAsia magazine or ProcurementAsia Bulletin content released prior to publication.
- The ProcurementAsia editorial team is inundated with invitations to industry events and they do their best to attend but please be understanding if they can't make yours, especially around deadline time. If they can't make it, please send the press kit anyway.
- ProcurementAsia's readers like the way the magazine is consistently structured every month. Therefore the structure does not change on an ad hoc basis. If you have something to contribute, please think about which section(s) of the magazine would be most relevant.
- If your piece was not taken up by ProcurementAsia, call the relevant member of the editorial team and ask why - you will get a coherent reason. If a bad call was made, they will admit it. Please contact the Editor and/or the Publisher if you feel you that the explanation was not satisfactory.