Think is the UK’s leading membership
publishing agency

We publish award-winning print magazines, books, reports and digital content and create live events to help membership organisations communicate more effectively with their audiences.

And we back this up with our own industry-leading research.

This is what we do…

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Publishing strategy

Great content needs strategy. We turn organisational objectives and member needs into intelligent, measurable content that clients value, members enjoy, advertisers support, and our talented teams in London and Glasgow are proud to deliver.

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Print publications

Amazingly, even today printed publications are still a top-rated member benefit. We publish award-winning magazines, reports, supplements, directories and books to cut through the digital noise and help you get closer to your members and key stakeholders.

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Digital

For content to be effective, people need to find it. We publish and amplify content across a range of digital channels – from e-newsletters and websites to social media – to make sure members can access your messaging wherever and whenever they want.

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Commercial

From advertising and exhibition sales to creative solutions, jobs boards, sponsorship and consultancy, our award-winning sales team generates more than £6m in revenue per year for our clients. Our 100% track record in increasing revenues is unbeatable.

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Events

No more death by PowerPoint. Extraordinary content in brilliant venues will turn your membership events – from exhibitions, roundtables and conferences to award ceremonies and breakfast briefings – into calendar highlights for your members.

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Research

With our industry-leading research and consultancy arm, we can tell you more about membership publishing than any other agency in the UK. That knowledge informs our client communications audits and underpins every recommendation we make.

Here’s some of our work…

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What our clients say

Countryside Voice gives us the platform to talk about the issues we face and the focus of our campaigns in a way that is both compelling and accessible. I know this publication is the reason many members renew their support year on year.


Shaun Spiers
Chief Executive, Campaign to Protect Rural England, CPRE
Think has helped us create award-winning content and grow revenues in print, online and through sponsorship. The team are informed and inventive and take a proactive approach to everything that they do.


Sarah Cran
Head of Partnerships, ICAS
Think’s creative ideas and collaborative approach to publishing mean our membership journal has gone from strength to strength over the last decade. The team supported us through our recent rebrand – and in communicating our new Chartered status – and we are delighted that they continue to produce a strong, well-designed, essential read for members.


Keven Bader
Chief Executive, The Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys, CITMA
Quality is key for us and we’ve been delighted to work with Think for the past three years. Their collaborative approach has helped us greatly in delivering some vital projects as a membership organisation. They are flexible and fun to work with and a great extension to our small team.


Russell Tanguay
Director of Warrants & Communications, Royal Warrant Holders Association
Think has worked with us to refine the RPS Journal. The member response has, to say the least, been overwhelmingly enthusiastic. More relevant content and an appealing layout has been a key factor in helping to reposition the Society.


Dr Michael Pritchard
Chief Executive, Royal Photographic Society, RPS
The piece of feedback I liked most was a member saying they took their copy to work to show colleagues the interesting articles, only to find that two others had done the same. That is exactly what I want Influence to achieve. I’m personally delighted with the magazine – thank you. I’m going to send a copy to my mum.


Phil Morgan
Deputy Chief Executive, Chartered Institute of Public Relations, CIPR
CMI’s purpose is to show that management is a true profession, and to support managers as they develop these professional skills. Professional Manager magazine sits right at the centre of this activity: through high-level interviews and insights into how the world’s best organisations operate, the magazine shows great management in action and gives CMI members new ideas and confidence to develop their careers.


Petra Wilton
Director of Strategy and External Affairs, Chartered Management Institute, CMI
STEP and Think have shared a mutually beneficial partnership for more than six years and we are continually impressed by their professionalism, their creativity and their high standards in everything they do. We would have no hesitation in recommending them to others.


Louise Polcaro
Director of Communications, STEP
The team at Think has brought a wealth of great ideas to Be Healthy, through award-winning writing and design coupled with a willingness to advise and consult. Our new-look magazine and its accompanying suite of digital content has proved hugely popular with members, helping drive sales and support retention. Think’s work in print, online and launching the fantastic British Health Journalism Awards has really put what we do on the map.


Paul Keenan
Head of Communications, Benenden
The redesign of the journal has ensured it’s more closely aligned with the organisation, while still retaining its own identity. It has helped portray the AOP as a modern, forward-thinking organisation. Feedback from members and advertisers alike has been overwhelmingly positive.


Vicky Vine
Communications Director, Association of Optometrists, AOP
The entire suite of publications Think produces for us are integral to our visitation and membership strategies. The team routinely takes the complex conservation and scientific data that supports our mission and weaves it into compelling stories that captivate readers and bring our aims to life. They are sensitive to the range of different audiences we seek to communicate with, and never take the interests of those varying audiences for granted. It means we are always confident that the product meets the needs of the reader, and is working as hard for us – and for wildlife – as possible.


Emma Edwards
Head of Communications, The Zoological Society of London, ZSL