he magazine subscription club Richard Ganske started operating in 1907 in Kiel alongside his bookstore, was the genesis of what was to become the Ganske Verlagsgruppe. The founder, his son Kurt and his grandson, Thomas Ganske (who is the present owner), always attached great importance to a folder for readers containing high quality and critical magazines for discerning subscribers. .

The LESERKREIS DAHEIM (Home Reading Circle) is now Europe's largest magazine subscription service, with 24 outlets throughout Germany. Every week it delivers innovative and entertaining reading matter to its subscribers, about half of whom are private households. The DAHEIM LIEFER-SERVICE GMBH, its official name, is partner to all large and medium sized newspaper publishing companies in Germany. Because of the great number of subscribers and vast reach, the enterprise is a preferred and valued medium for accessing selected target groups with purchasing power.

One of the subsidiaries of the Daheim Liefer-Service GmbH is Werbemerkur Dr. Hermann Oschmann GmbH, which advertises nationwide for magazine subscription services. The Presse Spezial Handels GmbH (PSG) is responsible for subscription administration and service, especially for the publications of the group.


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