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teawithanarchitect | January 20, 2018

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ADVERTISE_DETAILS

Welcome to the Tea with an Architect advertising information page. Below you will find information on how to showcase your product or service on our website and newsletter only.  For more information on sponsorship and advertising at the events themselves then please click here.

For all enquiries, sales and marketing questions please call us on 0843 289 6671 or email Shelley Fletcher on info@teawithanarchitect.com

Advertising opportunities, positions and prices

Tea with an Architect offers a range of ways to reach our increasing numbers of participating architects (currently over 4000), as well as those members of the public who have signed up their interest in wanting to learn more and who may be in the midst of their own build project. As well as the banners on the site we also offer banners on our bi-weekly newsletter which can be targetted to either architects only or general public or both.
1. Leaderboard button – appears on all pages on the site
£65/wk

125 x 125 pixels
16,000 impressions delivered over one week.
exclusive position. (for all 3 button positions, 380 x 125 in size please contact us)

2. MPU 1 (Multi Purpose Unit) - appears on home page and registration/sign-up pages (architects and homeowners)
£60/wk

300 x 250 pixels

3. Header End – appears on home page and registration/sign-up pages (architects and homeowners)
£80/wk

962 x 110 pixels

4. Editorial promotion or competition
£850

300 x 360 image(s), text and link, which leads to full page posting within site as well
Runs as an editorial/news story on homepage
Stays on site indefinitely.

5. Skyscraper – appears on the events home page
£105/wk

250 x 890 pixels

6. MPU 2 (Multi Purpose Unit) - appears under every event profile
£70

350 x 450 pixels

 

7. Newsletter Button
£200

155 x 160 pixels
Exclusive position.
Weekly newsletter mailed to 17,000 subscribers.

8. Newsletter Skyscraper
£300

155 x 670 pixels
Exclusive position.
Weekly newsletter mailed to 17,000 subscribers.

 

Sponsorship and bespoke solutions

For maximum impact Tea with an Architect offers a range opportunities including branding on all marketing material per event; collaborations and branding opportunities on the mobile consultation unit, the ArchModPod; product presence at exhibitions and venues etc

These are three sponsorship packages to choose from, which include an exclusive nationwide package for ALL events.

If you would like to discuss these options or talk to the creative team about other unique opportunities please call Shelley Fletcher on 0843 289 6671 or email info@teawithanarchitect.com.

About Tea with an Architect

Tea with an Architect, founded by Gabrielle Omar, chartered architect and former candidate on the 2012 BBC1’s Apprentice, launched in February 18th 2013 at Ecobuild exhibtion at the Excel in London.
Since launch, more 4000 architects have registered and over 36 locations around the country have begun their monthly events.

Tea with an Architect is currently supported by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), whose members exceed over 28,000 architects, and whose affiliation gains advertising in all monthly RIBA newsletters in all of the 10 regions, as well as social media and press publicity. Members of Tea with an Architect however do not need to be RIBA registered and is open to anyone that is fully qualified and registered with the Architects Registration Board (ARB), whose members reach up to around 33,000.
The official media partner for Tea with an Architect is BD (Building Design), which is part of the UBM group. Their weekly printed circulation is 22,848, with BD online reaching 170,000 visitors a month.
With the RIBA’s LOVE ARCHITECTURE FESTIVAL in June, Tea with an Architect have organised what is currently the biggest ever contribution to the nationwide celebration. Events will be ranging from locations including Worcester, Preston, London and Devon. The 4 day event however that will take place in the centre of Liverpool ONE, will house the largest Tea with an Architect event to date, with press attention already buzzing.

Key information

  • 2500-4000 page impressions per day (depending on if there is an event as its size and location)
  • 12,000 unique visitors per month
  • Dwell time: readers spend an average 2.5 minutes per visit
  • 200,000 Facebook fans
  • 19,500 Twitter followers between the official Tea with an Architect account and founder Gabrielle Omar’s account
  • 17,000 Tea with an Architect Mail newsletter subscribers

(Source: Tea with an Architect reader survey and Google Analytics)

 

About our subscribers

As mentioned we have over 4000 architects registered to participate in Tea with an Architect sessions all around the country, including the launch of Scotland at the end of May 2013, with Ireland shortly after that.
Around 70% of our other subscribers include Homeowners and those interested in starting their own project or renovating their current home. The other 30% is split between architecture and design students as well as sister professions such as interior designers, architectural technicians and engineers.

 

Technical information

Acceptable formats
All of the above positions can accommodate Flash, GIF, JPEG and HTML banners except our newsletter banner, which must be a GIF or JPEG file (not Flash or HTML).

Maximum file initial load size – 50k.

Please note, any Flash submissions must be accompanied by an animated Gif for use on devices that do not take Flash, eg. IPads, IPhones etc

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