LONDON, April 26, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Dow Jones has announced the launch of two new additions to its WSJ Pro franchise, WSJ Pro Private Equity and WSJ Pro Venture Capital - the latest offerings in a premium suite of industry and subject-specific content services, combining news, data and events in a single membership platform.
WSJ Pro Venture Capital and WSJ Pro Private Equity join earlier Central Banking and Financial Regulation offerings in WSJ Pro’s range of products that give ambitious professionals expert insight into specialist subjects.
The WSJ Pro membership service is delivered to clients via an optimized website, email newsletters, and through exclusive events.
The key pillars of the service include:
- Comprehensive reporting, insightful analysis and timely scoops from a global network of industry experts at The Wall Street Journal;
- Exclusive datasets and proprietary analytics tools from Dow Jones;
- Fresh perspectives and innovative thinking at events and via exclusive networking forums with fellow industry leaders.
Will Wilkinson, WSJ Pro’s General Manager, said: "The latest additions to WSJ Pro are designed to provide the private equity and venture capital communities with incredible insight, data and exclusive access to WSJ industry events - all in a mobile-friendly form.”
Nick Elliott, Managing Editor of WSJ Pro Private Equity and WSJ Pro Venture Capital, said: “With these new membership services, we’re giving private equity and venture capital professionals access to new information and tools to use in their daily work, even while on the move. When you add this to the reporting prowess of The Wall Street Journal, it’s a powerful new package.”
WSJ Pro Bankruptcy will launch in Summer 2016, followed by three further verticals later in the year.
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