Travel Weekly and its portfolio of products offer an unrivalled suite of opportunities for suppliers looking to engage with the UK travel industry. The readership includes a broad range of travel professionals, including travel consultants working on the high street, as homeworkers, in call centres and online.
Across the print and digital portfolio, Travel Weekly reaches everyone from FTSE-100 chief executives to those just starting on their careers in travel.
Our commercial team is highly experienced in designing bespoke opportunities to ensure unrivalled cut-through, proven ROI and maximum exposure for partners.
These packages can range in scope and style to include: traditional print, social and digital advertising; custom publishing and advertorial content; product and event sponsorship; and face-to-face opportunities ranging from round tables to executive dinners and receptions.
Travel Weekly is market-leading across all channels.
OnlineTravelweekly.co.uk has an 81% market share against its direct competitor as of March 2020 according to Similarweb, and regularly attracts more than a million pageviews per month. It is part of a portfolio of websites which also includes Aspire, for the luxury travel community; Travolution, for the digital travel industry and Connecting Travel, for tourism and hospitality professionals in the Middle East.
Face-to-faceTravel Weekly events runs the biggest and most highly-regarded events in the travel industry, from dazzling showpiece ceremonies including the Globe Travel Awards and Agent Achievement Awards to full-day conferences and exclusive business breakfasts, dinners and lunches featuring the most sought-after speakers in travel and beyond.
Social mediaTravel Weekly enjoys unparalleled reach and engagement levels compared to other travel trade media, with more than 107,000 Twitter followers, more than 43,000 LinkedIn followers, and more than 30,000 Facebook followers, in addition to the personal followings of key team members.
Commercial opportunities are not limited to individual brands or indeed the Travel Weekly suite of products. As part of Jacobs Media Group - the global voice for the travel and hospitality industries - other brands which can be included in wide-ranging commercial proposals include:
Travolution, for the digital travel industry
Aspire, for the luxury travel community
Connecting Travel, for tourism and hospitality professionals in the Middle East
Travel Weekly’s sister title is The Caterer, the leading magazine for the hospitality industry which boasts a portfolio including print titles and events including The Cateys.