After a few years of hard graft across the Higher Education sector supporting social entrepreneurs to innovate and be the change, it's now on the radar of Pioneers Post who we have been supporting to develop their next quarterly magazine which will highlight how HEIs are innovating support for social entrepreneurs and helping to build resilient communities, as well as develop a guide to training and education for social entrepreneurs.
Take a look at the sponsorship opportunities they have available to help put your institution on the map!
Pioneers Post reports on social enterprise, social innovation, responsible business and social investment.
They also publish a quarterly magazine. The next edition will be themed around social enterprise and education; it is due to be with subscribers at the end of May.
We are increasingly hearing more about HEIs running courses about social enterprise, identifying as social enterprises or running initiatives such as festivals devoted to the subject.
The Pioneers Post Guide to Education and Training for Social Entrepreneurs will be published with the next edition of Pioneers Post Quarterly. It will also be published and distributed as a separate guide in digital format that will be available for download and marketed through all our channels.
Funding journalism is increasingly challenging in the era of free reading on the web. The way they sustain Pioneers Post is by subscriptions, advertising and content partnerships.
As such Pioneers Post are offering HEI profiles as editorial as part of the A-Z listings section in the Guide. They can either be half page profiles (£450) or full page profiles (£650).
Sponsorship of the whole issue as the guide’s exclusive partner with branding on the front of the guide, a key feature inside as well as authorship of the guide’s Foreword, plus 200 copies of the PPQ issue, is also available.
Sponsorship as one of up to maximum three “headline partners/sponsors” with branding on the front of the guide and a double-page feature, and 100 printed copies of the PPQ issue, can also be discussed.
Their online readership is circa 10,000 unique visitors per month, with a further 2,000 readers of our printed quarterly magazine. Alongside this, they have about 6,000 weekly e-newsletter subscribers and 16,000 twitter followers. If you are interested in reaching out through these channels, please contact Lee Mannion for further information:
0203 861 3332