The new issue of the Customs magazine is out!
In this edition, you will find background articles on the priority work areas identified by WCO Members, the activities carried out from July 2018 to June 2019, the control of dual-use items, the security risks associated with e-commerce, analytic approaches to risk management, how to make leadership development a priority of Customs and much more.
Magazines stand out in a competitive market of branded content dominated by digital. Global organisations like the World Customs Organisation (WCO) see print magazines as a vehicle to reinforce their brand awareness.
Considering the amount of digital information, including email, video, mobile and social, print magazines are an offline component that offers an alternative way to connect, and gives readers a satisfaction different from online.
Magazines offer another road to connect with stakeholders in a meaningful way. They engage full-circle. They encourage dialogue in multiple spaces with QR codes to scan, custom short URLs that drive readers online to explore more content.
In close collaboration with the WCO communication team, the magazine “WCO news” is designed and produced by the communication agency, Page in extremis.
Located in Brussels, the communication agency has extended experience in the translation of specific communication needs into effective communication media.
Page in extremis is a communication partner who offers you specialised services going from the creation of corporate and institutional brands to the development of digital and classic media.
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