At The Tangello Group we put our money where out mouth is. We use inbound marketing online for our business and we publish a magazine as our philanthropic project.
About HQ magazine
HQ Magazine is the only comprehensive source of trusted independent information and unbiased practical guidance for Australians looking for technology and solutions to help them hear better.
The magazine is a philanthropic project of The Tangello Group.
It is our aim to keep the hearing impaired community and hearing professionals up-to-date with the latest news from around the globe on hearing technology and medical advances.
Through inspiring stories on high-profile hearing-impaired people, the magazine aims to encourage readers to embrace technologies that will help them hear better.
Our goal is to help remove the stigma associated with hearing impairment and help people discover technology which will remove the social isolation that can result from unaddressed hearing loss.
HQ Magazine covers the full range of hearing loss and associated technologies ensuring readers are able to make informed decisions. The magazine helps navigate the often confusing and emotional decision-making process of choosing hearing technology. Access information, participate with others in the HQ Community via www.hearingHQ.com.au and www.facebook.com/hearingHQ.
Lucinda Mitchell brings to HQ Magazine over 20 years experience in magazine publishing having worked her way up through editorial, advertising and marketing to publisher and board member working for IPC Australia (the UK's largest magazine publisher), Time Inc and ACP. She successfully launched her own magazine Healthy Food Guide, which she sold out of in 2007.
Lucinda is passionate about publishing and when she was exposed to the world of hearing loss through her deaf stepfather who was researching a cochlear implant, she realised there was no centralised source of independent information to help Australians in the quest for a solution to their specific hearing loss issue. So the idea for a magazine to meet this need was born. As her stepfather was involved with the cochlear implant support group CICADA Australia Inc, Lucinda offered her talents to turn their newsletter into a magazine to try to reach and help more people with hearing loss.
Today, the magazine is no longer part of the CICADA organisation, but a truly independent publication dedicated to helping as many Australians as possible find inspiration, hope and information about hearing loss solutions to improve their quality of life.