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Third Sector magazine
Third Sector is the UK's leading publication for the voluntary and not-for-profit sector. It offers a complete overview of what's going on and what people are thinking within the sector.
With a fully paid for and controlled circulation of 4,500, Third Sector is read by senior staff in charities, the voluntary and community sector and social enterprises. They subscribe either as individuals or receive Third Sector as part of their membership to the Charity Finance Group or the Association of Chief Executives in Voluntary Organisations.
The newly re-launched site (July 2014) Thirdsector.co.uk is the most visited website in the UK dedicated to the charity and not-for-profit sector. More than 123,000* relevant unique users visit the site every month ensuring that your organisation can increase the exposure of any advertising campaign. This, in turn, increases your brand awareness as well as increasing the chances of response. Your organisation has the opportunity to run either section specific campaigns targeting key areas of the site such as finance or fundraising or run-of-site campaigns maximising exposure to the entire Third Sector audience.
Third Sector's daily email news bulletin, with more than 15,870 recipients, along with specialist weekly bulletins for fundraising, finance and governance and management (fortnightly), can also be used to target our audience directly through their email inboxes.
For online display advertising and creative, bespoke solutions to meet your marketing and advertising needs, contact Paul Stone on 020 8267 4755 or email email@example.com
*Based on average unique monthly user figures for 2014
Third Sector Insight
Third Sector Insight is a groundbreaking new resource that is home to the most popular whitepapers, surveys and webinars covering the most pressing topics in the not for profit sector. Suppliers benefit from detailed audience research, technical know-how and targeted marketing to generate suppliers the richest possible leads.
Third Sector Jobs is used by not for profit voluntary and social enterprise professionals at all stages of their careers and with a range of specialist skills. The site is a place for them to find their next job.
Third Sector Jobs is used by professionals in every area of the charity sector: fundraising, communications, marketing, operations, administration, finance, policy and management.
The site is targeted towards:
- Charity professionals across the UK from the not for profit, voluntary and charity sectors.
- Individuals at all levels of experience - from people starting their careers to senior individuals within the sector.
- Both active and passive job seekers across all disciplines within the sectors including marketing, fundraising, finance, HR, management and governance positions.
For recruitment advertising, contact Tim Lomas on 020 8267 4748 or email Tim.Lomas@haymarket.com.
Third Sector runs two annual awards, offering the opportunity to target charity professionals (and corporate professionals in the case of the Business Charity Awards).
- Third Sector Excellence Awards –www.thirdsectorexcellenceawards.com
- Business Charity Awards – www.businesscharityawards.com
Third Sector produces a number of live events throughout the year. These provide excellent opportunities to network with charity professionals and show the benefits of working with your organisation. Conferences include:
- Digital Edge
- Measuring Outcomes
- High Impact: Improve your Charity's Performance
Creative and Bespoke Solutions
The Third Sector portfolio offers various other routes to market including leadership lunches, breakfast briefings, targeted e-mails, forums, online summits, and we are happy to discuss these ideas with you dependent on your organisations needs.
Maximising security on your premises, using deterrents such as SmartWater and ensuring computer systems are secure can all prevent a theft occuring, says Wendy Cotton, a charity insurance expert at Markel
Managing the risks that come with renting a property can make the difference between a charity thriving or failing
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