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The KOL Social Magazine

The KOL Social Magazine

Burnt Cork Media Limited is a multimedia content creation agency that publishes and distributes The KOL Social
magazine – a niche publication focused on the diverse lifestyle and interests of people of colour.

Burnt Cork Media Limited is owned by Marcia Degia who has experience in both mainstream and ethnic media across film, television and publishing. She is the founder and visionary behind The KOL Social which launched in October 2018. Marcia has over 20 years experience with some of the leading magazine publishing companies in England. Former positions held include Acting Managing Editor of Homes & Gardens, Editor of Pride Magazine (for women of colour), Editor of Your Home and Publisher at Macmillan Publishers.

The magazine like many companies in the media industry, are reviewing their operations and re-calibrating. With the decline in print and the growth of digital media, the magazine is forging a new path.

The launch of a Business and Careers page, plays an integral role in equipping readers with factual content and know-how on best business and employment practice.

The KOL Social’s  ambition is to become the unrivalled and leading publication for curious and diverse minds, showcasing the talents of Key Opinion Leaders demonstrating the power of community and self-determination.

Read my range of articles here: 

Be a Non Binary Entrepreneur

Improve your Finances: Money Moves during Covid-19

Grants for Small Businesses and Self-Employed

 

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