If you believe in Pip’s vision and want to be part of a movement that inspires real and positive change for a more sustainable future, please contribute to our crowdfunding campaign.
Our vision at Pip Magazine is to create simple, easy to read content that will inspire readers to live more sustainably. Through our print magazine, our online articles, podcasts and videos we create content that provides practical solutions to living in a way that takes care of the planet.
We want to increase production of our print magazine to four issues a year and improve our digital distribution channels so we can deliver more content with a better user experience across all of our platforms. To make this leap we need your help.
Pip‘s publisher Robyn Rosenfeldt on how it all started & where we’re going…
Pip Magazine started as a pip of an idea on Pozible seven years ago. I wanted to create a magazine that would help inspire a sustainable future through informative, entertaining and accessible articles.
We began publishing two issues a year, seven years ago, then moved to three and now we’re ready to expand to four issues in 2021.
I made a conscious decision very early on to ensure Pip’s content was accessible to people regardless of where they are on their journey to living more sustainably.
In these uncertain times, as Australians look to become more self-reliant through sustainable and permaculture practices, Pip has flourished.
- Pip has doubled both its magazine readership and online engagement.
- Pip took out the top gong – Publishing Company of the Year (Small) – in the highly respected 2020 Mumbrella Publish Awards, established to recognise and celebrate the publishing industry’s best work and talent.
- The team at Pip has grown from just me to now nine amazing women who all bring their own individual talents and experience to the table, alongside our amazing team of contributors from around the country.
Throughout the adversity of 2020, the remarkable growth in interest of what Pip does has inspired us to create more content and do it even better; we want to tell stories, create features, produce videos and record podcasts that are more accessible and even more inspiring to live the life you want to live.
Pip Media is underpinned by the permaculture ethics of earth care, people care and fair share. These ethics are implemented across everything we do, from the way we produce the magazine, to the sharing of profits, through to the way we manage our business.
If you believe in Pip’s vision and want to be part of a movement that inspires real and positive change for a more sustainable future, then jump on board and please contribute to our crowdfunding campaign.
As a thank you for your pledges we have lots of fantastic rewards on offer, including some great Pip products, as well as exciting products from our partners, such as fermenting and sourdough kits, ethical clothing and more!
Share this campaign with your friends and family, chip in what you can and help us take Pip to the next level. These rewards will make great Christmas presents!