Magnate (magazine)

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CategoriesMen's (Entertainment, Fashion, London, Sport, Technology, Business)
First issueDecember 2012
Final issue2016
CountryUnited Kingdom

Magnate was a free men's lifestyle publication.[1] It was published between 2012 and 2016.

History and profile[edit]

Originally a print publication, the magazine launched on 12 December 2012.[1] The launch edition of the magazine was distributed on 14 December 2012 throughout London's Kings Cross, Victoria, Liverpool Street and Paddington Railway stations and throughout office locations in Central London.[2]

In mid-2013 it was announced that Magnate would be distributed exclusively to distribution stands in the capital, replacing all train station distribution.

The publication launched with a cover-interview with Virgin founder Sir Richard Branson, speaking about Virgin Galactic. The headline of the cover read "Branson on Mars". Other cover-stars have included cast member of E4's Made in Chelsea Jamie Laing and British rapper Wretch 32.[1]

Magnate published a number of interviews, including with Boris Johnson,[1] SB.TV founder Jamal Edwards,[1] Matt Cardle and Jonathan Kite.[3] The magazine folded in 2016.[4]


  1. ^ a b c d e Megan Dunsby, "Young Entrepreneurs: Sean Spooner, Magnate Media", Startups, 18 March 2015. Retrieved 13 December 2017.
  2. ^ "Magnate Magazine – Winter 2012". CBF Online Magazine. Retrieved 2 August 2020.
  3. ^ Interviews – Magnate
  4. ^ "Sean Spooner". Linkedin. Retrieved 2 August 2020.