Markat Promotions is a leading independent publishing company specialising in high circulation, high quality publications for targeted industry professionals and niche consumer markets. We are a reputable organisation, having been in business for over 30 years. Amongst our clients are Neighbourhood Watch, who work closely with the New Zealand Police, and many other well-known and trusted organisations. Our magazines focus on strong editorial content, and our publications are respected sources of information for business owners and managers, keeping them current on issues and trends in their industries.
Our marketing and design expertise helps our clients extend their reach to new customers and increase their sales. To reach targeted, highly qualified buyers in your industry, contact us to discuss how we can help you expand your market share.
Builders & Contractors is a national trade newspaper targeted directly at NZ's building and construction industry. It serves as a leading source for news, market developments and building issues impacting the industry.
The Homelink Road Safety workbook is distributed throughout primary schools in New Zealand and acknowleges the need for children to be encouraged early in road safety skills and practices. It also seeks to encourage parents in the vital role of support and reinforcement of their children's efforts.
Get Ready Get Through is produced on behalf of various Civil Defence Emergency management organisations throughout NZ and covers disasters such as earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions, floods and storms, which can strike at any time, sometimes without warning.
Eye on Communities journals are available in various places around the country. They serve as a source of information when things go topsy turvy in people's lives and are a vital platform for news from Community Constables, Members of Parliament, the local Mayor and Government departments.
Neighbourhood Support aims to make homes, streets, neighbourhoods and communities safer and more caring places in which to live. This book is a vehicle for the latest news and messages from community leaders such as the police in an easy to use format. It is designed to be kept by the phone for ready reference. Each book published is specific to a particular area in New Zealand.