GBAF Publications launches a series of new websites

June 6, 2020 —

GBAF Publications Ltd which runs the popular financial portal Global Banking & Finance Review launches a series of new portals covering various subjects.

The new sites launched by GBAF Publications Ltd are Asset Digest – A financial portal focussing on the need of education of Income producing assets, investing and Wealth Management.

Companies Digest – A business portal focussing on the latest developments and innovations made by companies across the globe.

Wealth Tribute – A Financial Portal focussing on the latest developments and innovations in wealth management, retirement and helping entrepreneurs build wealth.

Economy Standard – Global Financial Portal focussing on the economy and economics of various countries and regions across the globe.

Business Express – A Business portal focussing towards helping start-ups and established businesses expand.

Luxury Adviser – A Entertainment portal featuring the best Luxury Options available for the highfliers.

Brands Journal – A Marketing and advertising portal featuring various articles and advices on how to build a brand or increase the brand value.

These portals are created to expand the media foothold of GBAF Publications Ltd and take its overall holdings to 8 portals covering various niches. All these sites will cover news, Analysis, Opinion, Interviews, Deals, Video and much more giving each individual user a unique experience. We also welcome companies and individuals to submit editorials which are non commercial in nature in these websites for a limited period. If you have an interesting article idea, please contact our news team at 

The pervasive nature of the internet has brought almost every aspect of human life within the reach of every brand. That should be good news for brands across the board, but it is not that simple. If you are a brand representative trying to get your brand’s voice out there, you know exactly what we are talking about.

Since communication has gotten easier, it has also gotten more complex. Today, there are more platforms and media formats than there have ever been before. Newer platforms and formats keep emerging every day. As a result, audiences have rapidly decreasing attention spans. This has left brands wrestling to fit their message into as tiny a space as possible.

The first challenge is that people have started going to great lengths to avoid being bombarded with ads. This is what makes the portals run by GBAF Publications unique. You will not find intrusive ads disturbing the user experience. So ahead and visit one of our portals for more information.

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