The retail industry has seen some major changes in the past few years. The internet has changed the way people purchase things, the number of consumers using smartphones has grown, and more retailers have started to offer subscription products for consumers. These trends have led to a number of changes in the industry, and the business editor at Axios, Dan Primack, is here to tell you all about them.
Dan Primack is the business editor of Axios. He previously worked at Reuters and Fortune. As of late, his work has centered around mergers and acquisitions. His newsletter, the Pro Rata, is one of the most popular in the industry. The newsletter has over 220,000 subscribers.
Axios, of course, is a media company that covers a variety of news topics, including politics, science, and technology. Its national political correspondent, Jonathan Swan, gained attention with his on-camera sitdowns with President Trump. In 2017, the company was based in Arlington, Virginia. Soon after, it was acquired by Cox Enterprises. Despite the company’s name change, it remains a media fixture. Today, its flagship product is a daily email newsletter called the Pro Rata.
One of the more interesting things about Pro Rata is that it is based on an idea that the co-founders, Mike Allen and Dan Primack, originally had in their heads. During a long period of thinking, they decided that a group ride on a Peloton bicycle would be a worthy charity fundraiser. But they weren’t sure if they could actually bring together a hundred people to participate. They contacted a few venture capital firms, and chose the Food Bank for New York City.
Business editor at Axios
There are two main areas of the business world that Axios covers. These are the merger and acquisition (M&A) and private equity sectors. As a Business Editor at Axios, Dan Primack is in charge of covering these areas. His job involves analyzing and writing articles on a variety of topics. In addition, he writes a daily newsletter, Pro Rata, to provide updates on these subjects.
Before becoming a Business Editor at Axios, Primack was a senior editor at Fortune and a writer for Reuters. He also wrote a popular email newsletter, Pro Rata. The newsletter provides readers with breaking news in the tech and business worlds.
Currently based in Boston, Primack has been working at Axios for more than six years. Prior to joining the company, he worked at Fortune, Reuters, and a number of other news organizations. During his time at the company, he was involved with various projects such as the Pro Rata newsletter and the Axios Re:Cap podcast.
Financial tech, health tech and retail industries covered
Axios is a news and data website based in Arlington, Virginia. In addition to covering the tech news of the moment, it publishes data on politics, science and business. As of this writing, it boasts about a quarter of a million subscribers. It has a reputation for churning out news that is often overhyped, but its coverage of the financial and health tech sectors is quite impressive.
The best part is that you can pay for Axios Pro, a subscription service aimed at professionals. For a reasonable fee, you’ll get access to three newsletters: Axios, Axios Pro: Deals and Axios Pro: Technology. Each is designed for a specific industry, which makes Axios the perfect place to find information on the latest and greatest in your line of work.
Plans to build subscription products
Axios, a media company focusing on politics, technology and business, announced plans to build subscription products like Politico Pro. This announcement is a rare flicker of hope for the digital publishing sector, which has struggled for years to attract investors.
Cox Enterprises, a family-owned company that traces its origins to 1898, has bought a minority stake in Axios. The deal, which is expected to close on Monday, will value the company at $525 million.
The company already has 24 regional editions, which are available to more than a million subscribers. It plans to launch more in the coming years. In addition to covering local and national politics, Axios will also publish news related to science, tech, business and media trends.
All three of Axios’ founders – Mike Allen, Dan Primack and Jim VandeHei – will remain as minority shareholders. They will also remain in charge of day-to-day operations at Axios.
As Axios continues to expand, subscription revenue will become a key revenue measure. At current rates, it is estimated that Axios will generate $100 million in revenue by 2022.