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Pugpig (Kaldor Ltd)
Type of site
HeadquartersLondon, UK
No. of locations2
OwnerJonny Kaldor, Jon Marks, William Templeton
Founder(s)Jonny Kaldor, Jon Marks
ParentKaldor Holdings Ltd
DivisionsKaldor Ltd, Kaldor US Ltd

Pugpig is a cloud based publishing platform that powers websites and apps for media companies.

The Pugpig platform is developed and operated by Kaldor Ltd[1], a software company founded in 2011 [2] by Jonny Kaldor and Jon Marks. The company has offices in London and New York. Kaldor focuses its operations across four publishing verticals - news media, consumer magazines, b2b publishers and associations/membership organisations. Kaldor has customers in the UK, USA, Canada, Germany, Spain, Italy, France, Colombia, Australia, Malaysia, Russia, Taiwan.

Customers include The Economist[3], Hearst, Conde Nast[4], Conde Nast International, Tortoise Media The Independent, The London Evening Standard, News Corporation, Dennis, American Lawyer Media, Foreign Affairs, JPi Media, Newsquest, Springer Nature, New Scientist, Springwise, Penton, ACCA, American Chemical Society and The Spectator amongst others.

Pugpig topped the eContent 100 people's choice award in 2019 [5]


  1. ^ "Pugpig on LinkedIn". LinkedIn. LinkedIn.
  2. ^ "Kaldor Ltd at Companies House". UK Gov. UK Gov.
  3. ^ "Economist Classic on iTunes". iTunes. Apple.
  4. ^ "The New Yorker Magazine on iTunes". iTunes. Apple.
  5. ^ "Pugpig tops the eContent 100". eContent. eContent.

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