InsiderMediaThe independently-owned publishing company Newsco Insider, has of this week increased its coverage  of business news in the South East, to a daily offering across sub regions.

The new enhanced offer began yesterday and will see the company issue daily bulletins focusing on the South East on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays with two further dedicated sub-regional newsletters: one addressing business issues in Surrey, Sussex and Kent and the second covering the Thames Valley and the Solent.

The two sub-regional newsletters will be issued on Tuesdays and Thursdays respectively.

The new bulletins will be edited and produced out of the company’s Manchester head office under the guidance of Insider’s digital editor Wesley Charnock who said: “Insider is already the leading regional business publisher in the UK but is not resting on its laurels.

“Since our launch in the South East in 2010 the reaction from the region’s business community has been fantastic and so it was a natural step to increase our offering here.

“We are committed to providing our readers the very latest business news and views, as well as fostering relationships with key decision-makers in the business community.”

Other Insider daily business newsletters target the South West, Midlands, North West, Yorkshire, Wales and the North East and there is also a weekly newsletter in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

In addition to the newsletters, Newsco Insider also publishes monthly business magazines covering five UK regions and manages a number of events and related publications.

Insider was launched in Manchester in 1991 and has been through three changes of ownership. The current company was the subject of an MBO in 2005.

The chairman is Chris Oakley, the former editor and publisher who helped build and subsequently sell two major newspaper publishing companies.