Woman：Indeed. Does the magazine now make enough money from advertising to keep going without too much outside investment?
Man: Of course not, though our advertising income is excellent.
Our first copy alone brought in over twenty thousand pounds，
but we're still considered a risk by the banks so we are very lucky that
we have several people willing to invest in us on a personal basis.
Shall I tell you how many copies of the magazine we sold last month?
Woman: Forty, fifty thousand?
Man: About seventy-five thousand. I'm really pleased sales have increased so rapidly.
Apart from one month when they dropped slightly,
sales have grown until they reached the seventy-five thousand mark three months ago, where they've stayed.
Woman: And how do you see the magazine developing, James, say over the next year?
Man: I'm keen to see it read by more people, of course, but that doesn't mean I want to make any great changes.
It looks good now, it feels right. I'm getting all the publicity I need.
All I've got to work on is getting it out to more places so that it is more widely available.
At the moment, it's basically only available in London. I want to make sure everyone can buy it.
Woman: Well, good luck with that, James.
Man: Thank you.