Incrementia Magazine | Sixth Form

At the start of the academic year, a group of Sixth Form pupils created the Economics and Business Society. One of the aims of this group was to produce a termly magazine, written by pupils for pupils, which would feature articles of interest from the world of economics and business. Led by Justin Lavigne as the editor, the group has produced the first edition of Incrementia. The title of the Magazine is a nod to the Marlborough College Malaysia Motto Deus Dat Incrementum. The magazine will be distributed digitally to the wider community, with physical copies available around the school. 


This is also a learning experience for the pupils who have learnt how to use industry-standard software packages, the importance of copyright, how to meet deadlines and the complexities of putting together a magazine. 


This edition contains articles about the use of nudge theory, the emergence of cryptocurrencies, AirAsia’s use of digital marketing and an interview with Old Marlburian Simon Woodroffe, who is the founder of Yo Sushi and Yo Hotels. We hope that you enjoy reading the articles and any feedback or contributions to future editions are much welcomed.

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