Most children’s magazines are thrown away or (hopefully) recycled. Our vision is to deliver a magazine which children will find inspiring, keep and revisit.
We want children to keep CUBiC Magazine on their shelves for years to come as an interesting, visually stimulating and creative source for their education, motivation and future projects.
CUBiC Magazine was founded by Neil and Kim.
Neil graduated from the University of Surrey in England with a Masters Degree in Electrical & Electronic Engineering has has worked primarily the finance industry in London, New York, Paris and Sydney. Since 2009 he has been tutoring children in maths and science for Key Stages Two and Three (Primary into Secondary School).
Kim graduated from the University of Seoul with a Visual Arts & Photography degree and has worked in Seoul as a private teacher. Kim’s skills bridge creative arts and the practicality of a broad and deep education from a Korean perspective. Kim has also studied Design at Goldsmiths (University of London) to further he design skills.
Neil and Kim’s combined skills have resulted in CUBiC Magazine as well as a number of other ventures to be rolled out over the next few years in the education sector.
Our team is small & powerful and delivers creative & technical input as well as essential proof-reading.
We cannot thank enough our families, friends and their children from London to Seoul, New York to Auckland who have helped to develop a magazine which is fun, creative and informative for the next generation of thinkers, creatives, visionaries and leaders.
We donate 2.5% of all subscription revenue to the Evelina London Children’s Hospital in London.
This is because the owners of CUBiC Magazine have had cause to make use of Evelina’s (and Guy’s and St Thomas’) services on a number of occasions some happy, some sad, since since 2004.
For information about their services please click here (opens a new tab).