Publishing House

We are a new media company offering a full range of services. We produce high quality, niche publications within the finance and tech sectors and still firmly believe that print is king. This is recognised within the number of award-winning and well-known magazines and websites we produce across a variety of sectors and why in 2013 we saw the opportunity in Tech City launching the first magazine to represent the area – Tech City News. We also recognised a gap in the personal finance sector and launched Every Investor.

Of course the success of the publishing division of TPG wouldn’t be possible without the expertise of the journalists behind the products and this is second to none. Award-winning in their own right, the TPG editors and journalists are renowned for being the best in their sectors.

In addition to the publications below, our customer publishing division, Inspire Publishing, has experience in putting together products for a wide variety of clients and organisations, from large scale products and websites for government through to trade association magazines, customer titles and even monetising websites and organising events for our partners. To find out more visit the Contract Publishing section of the site.


Tech City News

Tech City News is the leading source of news, events and information for technology innovators in London. We cover technology, why it matters to our lives, and the innovative businesses and people behind it.

Our aim is to be the destination of choice and voice of the community and companies driving the growth in the digital capital of Europe.

Tech City News announce Britain's best startups at the Elevator Pitch Awards 2014

London, December 2014: Tech City News announced the winners of the 2nd Annual Elevator Pitch awards which were sponsored by NatWest and held at the RBS headquarters in East London on 1st December 2014.

The event brought together winners and runner-ups from all four series of Tech City News’ flagship startup competition and celebrated the achievements of the 48 leading businesses from across Britain.

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Tech City News reaches shortlist for Digital Innovation Award

Winners to be celebrated at awards ceremony on 10 July 2014 at Grosvenor House Hotel, London.

London – 2nd July 2013 – Tech City News have been shortlisted for the Digital Innovation Award at the PPA Awards 2014.

Tech City News, part of TPG UK, has shot to success over the last 2 years and has been hailed as the voice of the London tech scene by industry experts.

Rohan Silva, former special advisor to David Cameron described Tech City News as “…a trusted advocate on behalf of London’s tech scene, and I know from my time in government when Tech City News said you should look at something, government really did listen”.

Alex Wood, Editor in Chief of Tech City News commented:

“We launched with a clear mission to innovate and break stories that influence the national news agenda. In just 18 months since our launch I’m proud that the PPA has recognised our achievements”

Ramesh Sharma CEO of TPG UK welcomed the news:

“Over the last 4 years the publishing industry has changed and as publishers we have had to develop our products. We launched Tech City News at a time when London showed a high level of interest in the tech space and the response has been incredible. The PPA nomination is a fantastic achievement for Tech City News and I’m immensely proud of the progress we have seen in such a short space of time. As investors we are always looking for ambitious and passionate people within the industry and Tech City News is a prime example of this.”

In only 18 months Tech City News developed a market-leading online publication and launched a quarterly printed edition distributed directly to over 10,000 readers. They have already received top accolades for their innovations including ‘News Website of the Year 2013’ at the Lovie Awards, picking up the judges gold and the people’s choice award.

The PPA awards are the most coveted awards in the UK magazine and business publishing industry, showcasing talent, rewarding innovation, and providing a benchmark for excellence. The awards will be held on 10 July at Grosvenor House Hotel, London.

Notes to Editors


Alex Wood – Tech City News
Liz Goldie – TPG UK


Tech City News launched in late January 2013, with a mission to become London’s leading resource for news, features and analysis of the capital’s booming technology sector. Published quarterly in print and online.

Tech City News is part of TPG UK. Headed up by Marco Callegari, Ramesh Sharma, Nia Williams & Andrew Goldsmith.

TPG UK is one of the fastest growing investors in UK media and publishing with a portfolio of over 15 businesses across tech, business, finance and investment. They are passionate about SMEs and high growth start-ups and always on the lookout for talented individuals looking to grow or start their own business.


Tech City News Wins Lovie Award

We are thrilled to announce that Tech City News has won not one, but two awards at the Lovies. Despite being up against two media giants – The Huffington Post and the FT, we won both the Judges’ Gold and the People’s Choice awards.

Named in honour of Ada Lovelace, credited as being the first computer programmer, the Lovie Awards recognise outstanding achievement in computer technology.

The whole team are thrilled by the news and looking forward to an even bigger 2014.

Startups honoured at Tech City’s Elevator Pitch Awards

YPlan, Dattch and Hassle are among the winning startups at the Tech City News Elevator Pitch Awards.

Over 100 of the movers and shakers of London’s tech scene attended the Awards Evening at Eight Club Moorgate, where awards included Most Disruptive Startup, Pitch of the Year and the People’s Choice Award.

The startups had been dropped in an elevator and propelled in a speedboat while pitching to camera. Back in January, 13 hand-picked startups fell 37 floors in 30 seconds in the Heron Tower elevator as part of Series One. Then in July, over 80 startups entered the first round of the Elevator Pitch competition, the winners of which were featured in Series Two.

Recognising the best of these startups the inaugural Elevator Pitch Awards also featured speeches from MP for Shoreditch Meg Hiller and Rohan Silva, former special advisor to David Cameron, who revealed he had been “looking forward to these awards for a long time.”


Mortgage Introducer

Mortgage Introducer is the only monthly mortgage title for the mortgage intermediary and was the first ever title to be published for this market both in print and online. With a monthly circulation of 5,000 registered individuals in print format, it is also the only mortgage intermediary trade magazine that is audited by the ABC.

Now in its 14th year of publication, the title has developed in line with changes within the mortgage marketplace and is the only broker trade publication still FREE for all registered readers. Today Mortgage Introducer is leading the way with award winning, intelligent content that aims to educate intermediaries and grow their skills base, helping them increase the business they place.

Our editorial stance within the magazine therefore focuses heavily on analysis, education and training, with exclusive news and updates reported extensively online on our website ( and through our daily e-mail news alerts.

Undoubtedly, in these ever changing times, we are the true champion of the mortgage professional.


Robyn Hall - Publishing Editor

Robyn Hall is the publishing editor of Mortgage Introducer. He has been working as a journalist since 1997 after graduating from the London College of Printing and has won several top flight awards along the way for his coverage of the property and finance markets as well as for publishing magazines.

Initially joining Mortgage Introducer in 1999 he went on to launch rival Mortgage Strategy in 2001 before leaving to go freelance again in 2009. In 2010 he rejoined the ranks of Mortgage Introducer as publishing editor, re-launching the magazine in March the same year.

Ryan Fowler - Deputy Editor

Ryan Fowler is deputy editor at Mortgage Introducer. Previously he worked in the same role covering the cement industry and as a freelancer for the licensee trade. Following a glittering career in recruitment for the likes of Reed he retrained as a journalist in 2009 at Coventry University and holds a degree in History. He has also spent time working in the private security sector.

Matt Bond - Associate Publisher

Matt Bond is the associate publisher on Mortgage Introducer, both selling and managing commercial activity. He has spent eight years out of the last 10 working on the title – taking a sabbatical between the past and present ownership of the company. Previously he worked as a display sales executive at the Independent newspaper and prior to that worked in the same role at Haymarket for Autocar and Autosport. He has a BA in Fashion Promotion and Illustration from the Surrey Institute or Art & Design.

Felix Blakeston-Production Editor

Felix Blakeston is group production editor at Mortgage Introducer, covering all aspects of print as well as online. He has been working in the publishing industry for over 10 years on a range of titles from scientific to financial. For the past six years he has worked on magazines covering the mortgage industry.

Ryan Bembridge - Reporter

Ryan Bembridge is a reporter for Mortgage Introducer. After a stint working for the Daily Express online desk he trained as a journalist at News Associates. Previously he studied for a degree in English Literature from Lancaster University, where he was inspired by writing for the university newspaper. He has contributed to a range of publications, such as South West Londoner and The Independent.


Every Investor

A valued personal finance website since its launch in 2003, Every Investor provides news and insight into the UK’s financial markets to private investors.

Responding to changes in the finance industry brought about by the Retail Distribution Review (RDR), which means investors now have to pay upfront for professional advice, Every Investor was relaunched in 2013 to help individuals take control of their finances themselves.

The website combines a range of practical financial planning and investment tools with in-depth news and analysis on a wide range of investment topics. Editorial content is provided by a panel of expert commentators from across the industry, and the site allows a high degree of interactivity between them and our readers via integration with social media platforms.


Chris Menon - Editor

Every Investor Editor Chris Menon is a financial journalist who has written regularly for national newspapers, magazines and websites about personal  finance, with particular emphasis on investing.


Bridging Introducer

Sister publication to Mortgage Introducer, Bridging Introducer is the only print title for the bridging specialist and was the first ever title to be published for this specialist short-term finance market.

Launched in July 2011 and published every two months, the title has taken the market by storm with its professional approach to the sector. Each issue is filled with thought provoking comment and analysis from industry experts and company heads – as well as updates from the Association of Short Term Lenders and the National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers.

Our editorial stance within the magazine focuses heavily on analysis, education and training, with exclusive news and updates reported extensively online via our sister publication’s website ( and through our daily e-mail news alerts.

We provide our sponsors with a solid platform from which to promote their products and services and our readers with a solid platform to express their views and opinions. Undoubtedly, in these ever changing times, we are the true champion of the bridging professional.


My Village

My Village is a collection of area guides all around the UK providing links to businesses, entertainment, services and jobs.

Aimed at consumers, it covers everything that is happening in those areas covered: cinema listings; bar, restaurant and hotel reviews; music venues and gigs; property listings; and even online dating! The reviews are written by readers of the website as well as our expert team who take great pleasure in visiting various bars and restaurants on behalf of the website users!

Users can also become members of My Village, enabling them to enter competitions and take advantage of various special offers available each week.


Property Wire provides global property news and analysis to investors and industry professionals in both the residential and commercial real estate sectors. It is aimed at key business decision makers from industries such as estate agencies, property development and construction, surveying and architecture as well as a broad range of readers who have an interest in bricks and mortar.

The editorial team is made up of journalists specialising in the real estate market and is headed up by editor Ray Clancy, who has over 20 years’ experience as a news journalist, including working for The Times, the Daily Telegraph and the Mail on Sunday.

Updated daily, the site offers extensive news coverage for all major regions as well as expert analysis, in-depth features and downloadable guides. In addition, our 30,000 registered users receive a free weekly newsletter with a featured article from the editor, a round-up of news stories and a diary of upcoming events.


Ray Clancy - Editor

The PropertyWire editorial team is headed up by Ray Clancy, who has over 20 years’ experience as a news journalist, including working for The Times, the Daily Telegraph and the Mail on Sunday. As an expert on the property industry, Ray is often asked to contribute to radio programmes, seminars and conferences and she also frequently provides information for journalists all over the world who are seeking background research for their own publications.


Tax confidential

Published on the first Friday of the month Tax Confidential gives you the inside track on how best to manage your tax affairs. Written with our readership of lawyers, accountants, Directors of SMEs and high net worth individuals in mind, Tax Confidential provides tips and actionable advice on limiting your personal and corporate tax liabilities.

Written by Strategic Tax Advisor Richard Teather, assisted by a team of taxation experts, Tax Confidential appeals to all those with an interest in this constantly changing environment.

For more information on Tax Confidential please contact Jean Dorza at

Ramesh Sharma: CEO's thought of the week. Taxman’s ‘accomplices’ paid £400k

Can you believe HMRC paid out £400k to individuals last year who reported friends and family whom they suspected of tax dodging!

This is the highest amount paid to date as part of a rewards scheme setup a few of years ago. What I would be interested in knowing is how many calls did HMRC receive?

What are the criteria that HMRC require before they start a full blown investigation after getting a tip off?

How many people that didn’t like the fact that the neighbour just parked a brand new car in the driveway, or had that large extension built called HMRC?

How many friends (that you thought were friends) reported each other just because they were not doing as well?

Interesting enough the majority of the calls came from, in no particular order, ex-wives and husbands or former work colleagues.

What I’m trying to say is that paying out cash for information feels like a society that is spying on each other, is this what we want? I personally am not comfortable with this sort of arrangement.

Don’t get me wrong, I don’t like the idea that someone is getting away with not paying their fair share of tax – but to get everyone to spy on each other must raise some serious questions.

When you consider that the scheme pays between £50- £1000 depending on the size of the haul that HMRC is able to recover, then it’s not a huge amount of people that have actually been caught.

Not surprisingly HMRC don’t publicise this little earner… I wonder if it’s paid tax free.

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Company REFS

Devised and launched by investment guru Jim Slater in the early 90s, Company REFS (Really Essential Financial Statistics) is widely regarded as the leading source of fundamental company data in the UK.

Now available online, as a CD-ROM or in hard copy, we publish key performance statistics allowing true like-for-like comparison from company to company, against sector and against the market as a whole. Company REFS provides a five year share history, directors’ dealings and key statistics such as PEG, dividend yield, ROCE and price/earnings ratio in a unique A4 format.

For more information on Company REFS please contact Jean Dorza at


Jean Dorza - Publisher

Jean Dorza is publisher of Tax Confidential. He has been involved in the financial press since 1996, when he joined  Charterhouse Communications Group. He has worked on trade and specialist titles for the Banking and Fund Management industries as well as for Independent Financial Advisers before joining the team at Company REFS in 2007.  He has a BA in French from the University of London and a long-suffering supporter’s medal from Queens Park Rangers Football Club.

Sarah Tipping - Subscription Manager

Sarah is the Subscription Services Manager on Company REFS and Tax Confidential Magazine. She has been with the titles for two years now and is the first port of call for subscribers who need advice on either publication. Sarah liaises extensively with outside suppliers and works closely with our accounts department.

Industry Guide

Renewable Energy View

Launching in early 2014, Renewable Energy View will be the first ever truly definitive guide to the renewable energy sector.

As the “industry bible” of 200 pages, RE View will provide the lowdown on every major technology -  wind, biomass, geothermal energy, solar and beyond.

RE View will aim to educate and inform a readership comprising everyone who should be engaging with the sector from farmers to architects, building services engineers to public sector planners and politicians.  Renewable Energy View will provide the ideal starting point to ensure we are all engaging with the power sources of the future in this exciting and growing marketplace.


Global Opportunity

The Global Opportunity project consists of a unique partnership between UK Trade and Investment, British Expertise and the Royal Institution of British Architects to produce a publication and website presenting the very best in British knowledge and ability in the construction and infrastructure market to governments and major clients around the world.

Distributed to ministers and officials across the globe as well as hitting every major UK business in the construction marketplace, Global Opportunity has a distribution of over 60,000 copies online and in print.

The book itself comprises of over 200 pages of insight, information and intelligence on every aspect of major global project fulfillment, from financing and legal issues through to examples and case-studies from around the world, from the 2012 Olympics through to rail projects in California, infrastructure in the Gulf, the World Cup in Qatar and beyond!