Our Portfolio

We’ve produced a great number of magazines and other corporate material over the last 30 years — specialising in tourism, culture, environmental, and business publications.
Martiniquan filmmaker Euzhan Palcy, 25 years after she appeared on the cover of the first Caribbean Beat. Photo © Yannick Coupannec/Leemage

Caribbean Beat Magazine

The in-flight magazine first for BWIA and then for Caribbean Airlines, and the region’s leading magazine on Caribbean arts, culture and society since 1992

Discover Trinidad & Tobago

The definitive print and online destination guide to Trinidad & Tobago since 1991. In 2016, we launched a dual-cover format, with one cover for each island

Wanderer by Caribbean Beat

An immersive digital platform launched in 2020, and powered by Caribbean Beat

Parkite Sports Magazine

The premier sports magazine of, by, and for the Caribbean and its diaspora. Produced for the Queen’s Park Cricket Club

Mia Mottley on cover of Contact Busines Magazine June 2019

Contact Business Magazine

The Trinidad & Tobago Chamber of Industry & Commerce’s flagship business magazine

ENERGY Caribbean Yearbook 2011-12

ENERGY Caribbean

ENERGY Caribbean was the first publication of its type ever devoted exclusively to the energy industry in the Caribbean

Trinidad & Tobago Business Guide (TTBG) 2009-10

The invaluable reference manual on doing business in and with Trinidad & Tobago

The Caribbean Review of Books

A magazine covering Caribbean literature and arts

Magazines for corporate clients

In addition to our current and recent magazine publications, we have also published several other magazines, brochures, company histories, annual reports, catalogues, directories, and more for a range of local, regional, and multi-national clients in different sectors. For a full client list, click here.

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“I’m tremendously proud of the magazine. For the past twenty-five years, Caribbean Beat has featured, documented, archived, and highlighted the accomplishments of Caribbean icons throughout the region and our diaspora. Caribbean Airlines is an authentic Caribbean brand. And Caribbean Beat is exactly that. It’s a natural, harmonious alliance. These two authentic elements are fused to represent the uniqueness of the Caribbean, in our ability to connect people. There’s a consistency and authenticity to that partnership.”
Dionne Ligoure
Dionne Ligoure
Head of Corporate Communications, Caribbean Airlines