Here is the first issue of Mastering the Martial Arts Business magazine, the successor to Martial Arts Professional magazine. Venerable old MAPro has converted to an online-only publication, so it can be updated more frequently and contain more archival and other content. The new title represents the new direction for the association in focusing more intently on how to run a martial arts school business, rather than the standard “punches-and-kicks” fare of most publications of this type.
The design is based in a tabloid format, 10-1/2″ x 13″, to create a large impact of subscriber’s desks when delivered. It contains articles of a more business focus, reduces the number of columnists and stale industry news, and re-designs the table of contents to reflect all of NAPMA’s online properties and content.
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