Research Money is Going Digital!
January 6, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic has been devastating for so many of us. It has changed our lives in many ways. One of the most dramatic and far-reaching is the enormous increase in the number of us working from home.
At Research Money, the pandemic also brought the printing of our publication to a halt. Some of our subscribers were avid readers of the print version, especially while travelling or at the office. With the shutting down of most travel and closing of offices all of them moved online and have enjoyed the timeliness and extensive archive and search capability. So, we’ve decided to move forward into the new year as a digital-only publication. This change also increases our distribution capabilities and reduces our carbon footprint.
With no printing and mailing costs, we are able to reduce our single and multiple annual subscription prices, which you can find here. As of January 1st, 2021, these rates will apply to all new subscriptions and renewals. During the year, we will also be optimizing our website to provide you with an enhanced user experience.
Our team remains committed to delivering high-quality content, with a renewed focus on bringing you news and perspectives from across the country and from diverse actors in Canada’s and the world’s innovation ecosystems. We invite your suggestions on issues and information that you don’t get elsewhere and would value seeing covered in R$.
Your subscription also gives you access to discounts on the annual R$ conference and other events.
On behalf of the entire R$ team, I’d like to thank all our readers and partners for your appreciation of what we do every day to support your work. In a year of confusion and isolation, a sense of community is more important than ever.
If you need any help in setting up your online access, please contact Roxanne Garraway at email@example.com.
Here’s wishing you a healthy, happy and prosperous 2021!
Publisher & CEO
Research Money Inc.