You can now buy individual back issues of The Drum's award winning monthly magazine, each overflowing with exclusive insights, interviews and in-depth features that will provoke, challenge and teach even the most experienced of marketers, creatives and account teams.
Our June issue travels to the most technologically advanced cities on the planet, as we examine the opportunities and threats posed by the rise of the smart city. We explore how urban planners and architects are adapting old cities and building new ones from scratch, how self-driving car pioneers and traditional out-of-home advertisers plan to take advantage of the urban data glut, and we take a look at opportunities for marketers in the home of the future.£20
Following on from April’s Amazon issue, May’s magazine adds the yin to the yang as we devote it entirely to eastern internet giant Alibaba. We explore how it is shaking up retail, how it is spearheading a move away from cash and powering China’s social credit system. We’ll also ask how it can grow its influence in the west, and look at its forays into film and Olympic sponsorship.£20
This charity issue turns up the volume on the voices of The Drum agencies, who discuss the techniques that should be used to reconnect with the core of your charity and offer the transparency that has been lost in recent years. We explore the foundation of our outlook on giving and whether the charity sector can be salvaged before it is too late.£20
This month, for the first time ever, we devote an entire magazine to a single company. The April issue of The Drum explores why Amazon is becoming an increasingly attractive proposition to advertisers, as well as the increasing threat it poses to legacy brands operating in the spaces it might target next.£20
We go mobile for our mobile-themed issue, heading to China, Singapore, India, Africa, Israel and the US as we look at everything from homegrown smartphone markets to low-cost mobile brands and connected car startups. Oh, and we’ve lots of pictures of cats and dogs on the cover (that’s what mobile phones were made for, right?).£20