Welcome to the website of the European Magazine Media Association, EMMA, representing more than 15.000 publishing houses across Europe, publishing more than 50.000 magazine titles.
EMMA promotes Europe's magazine media in times of change, to ensure the long-term survival and prosperity of a plural, diverse, and economically successful magazine media in the EU.
EMMA is also the host of the Future Media Lab. think tank. For more information about the Future Media Lab please visit the website www.futuremedialab.info.
Sappi is the leading European producer of coated fine paper used in premium magazines, catalogues, books and high-end print advertising.
Headquartered in Brussels, Belgium, Sappi Europe is recognised for innovation and quality. Its graphic paper brands include Magno, Quatro, Royal, Galerie, GalerieArt and Jaz ranges. Algro®, Fusion®, Leine® and Parade® are the brands for speciality labelling, topliner, packaging papers and boards. Sappi papers are produced in mills accredited with ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 certification and EMAS registration for all our mills in the EU. Sappi Europe’s mills hold chain-of-custody certification under the Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®) and/or the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC) schemes.
Sappi Europe is a division of Sappi Limited (JSE), a global company headquartered in Johannesburg, South Africa, with 12,800 employees and manufacturing operations on three continents in seven countries, sales offices in 50 countries, and customers in over 100 countries around the world.
Own-initiative report on whistleblowers adopted in plenary
February 14, 2017
9 start-ups selected for Roularta Mediatech Accelerator
January 19, 2017
EMMA welcomes Antonio Tajani to his new role as European Parliament President
January 19, 2017
TRUSTe / EDAA research shows digital advertising self-regulatory programme continues to improve consumer attitudes towards interest-based advertising
January 13, 2017
The Commission proposal for an ePrivacy Regulation seriously undermines the economic sustainability of the digital press
January 10, 2017