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The Week is a family of publications which began with a print magazine more than 20 years ago. It now also includes digital editions of the magazine, with weekly apps for iPads, iPhones and Android devices – and a website that publishes distinctive online stories throughout the week.

In all its forms, The Week is designed for readers who want to know what's going on in the world, but don’t have the time read a daily newspaper from cover to cover - let alone all of them.

In Britain alone, the papers amount to a staggering 5,800 pages a week – almost ten million words.

On top of that, there’s a plethora of TV and radio bulletins to keep up with, and news websites too.

Keeping up to date with what's happening, and understanding all the issues, from all angles, has never been more taxing, or more important.

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Employees (est.) (May 2020)110
Revenue (FY, 2018)£31.6 M(+12%)

Key People/Management at The Week

Tara Mitchell

Tara Mitchell

VP Marketing
William Falk

William Falk

Editor in Chief
Arielle Starkman

Arielle Starkman

Director of Financial Reporting
Garrett Markley

Garrett Markley

Digital Director
Alex Dalenberg

Alex Dalenberg

Senior Editor
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The Week Office Locations

The Week has offices in London and Bedford
London, GB (HQ)
31-32 Alfred Pl, Fitzrovia
Bedford, US
Bedford, MA, USA
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The Week Financials and Metrics

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The Week's revenue was reported to be £31.56 m in FY, 2018

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The Week News and Updates

The Week In XR: Is This VR’s Moment?

Our destiny now unfolds.

9 Very Good Hair Moments Of The Week, Just Because We Need It

Take a break from the big news stories and focus briefly on the mane news story.

Brad Pitt’s Name Tag Topped The Must-See Celeb Looks Of The Week

Margot Robbie and Charlize Theron dazzled this week, but everyone was outdone by a stick-on name tag.

25 Hilarious Marriage Tweets To Get You Through The Week

"The secret to a happy marriage is pre-assembled furniture."

The Week Ahead: A Warning From Small-Cap Stocks?

The failure of many small–cap stocks to keep pace with the major average since Christmas was even more pronounced last week. What does this mean from a technical perspective and should investors or traders be concerned?

Diamond Jayson Tatum Highlights ‘NBA 2K 20’ MyTeam Moments Of The Week 9 Haul

Temper your expectations when looking at this week’s Moments cards for NBA 2K20’s MyTeam. However, Boston Celtics fans will be happy with the jewel of the week.
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The Week Blogs

UK’s second biggest police force facing inquiry over tasering of black men

Credits  Oli Scarff/AFP via Getty Images Alt Text  police coronavirus Investigation includes allegations black men were wrongly tasered by a ‘rogue officer’ One-Minute Read The Week Staff Friday, May 2…

Donald Trump: should social media companies fact check the president?

Description  Trump has gone to war with Twitter following the site’s push towards flagging false information Credits  Doug Mills/Pool/Getty Images⁠ Alt Text  Donald Trump Trump has gone to war with Twitte…

Coronavirus: what we know and what we need to learn as we exit lockdown

Description  The UK is edging further from lockdown but known unknowns about the virus remain Credits  Leon Neal/Pool/AFP via Getty Images Alt Text  NHS coronavirus The UK is edging further from lockdown …

The Week Unwrapped: Seasonless fashion, sacred land and Saudi Magpies

Why is Gucci renouncing seasons? Why has an Aboriginal heritage site been blown up? And who are Newcastle Utd’s prospective new owners? Analysis Friday, May 29, 2020 - 8:08am Olly Mann and The Week delve behind the headline…

Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Friday 29 May 2020

Boris Johnson announces further easing of the lockdown Britons will be able to see family and friends in groups of six, after Boris Johnson further eased lockdown rules. Claiming that all five tests to relax the lockdown are being met, the prime mini…

Spanish flu survivor, 106, also survives coronavirus

Description  Red Cross volunteers working to halt the Spanish flu epidemic in the US in 1918 Credits  Getty Images Alt Text  Spanish flu nurses And other stories from the stranger side of life One-…
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The Week Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was The Week founded?

    The Week was founded in 2001.

  • Who are The Week key executives?

    The Week's key executives are Tara Mitchell, William Falk and Arielle Starkman.

  • How many employees does The Week have?

    The Week has 110 employees.

  • What is The Week revenue?

    Latest The Week annual revenue is £31.6 m.

  • What is The Week revenue per employee?

    Latest The Week revenue per employee is £286.9 k.

  • Who are The Week competitors?

    Competitors of The Week include Tehelka, Daily Journal and Chicago Tribune Media Group.

  • Where is The Week headquarters?

    The Week headquarters is located at 31-32 Alfred Pl, Fitzrovia, London.

  • Where are The Week offices?

    The Week has offices in London and Bedford.

  • How many offices does The Week have?

    The Week has 2 offices.