- Funds Global MENA
- Funds Europe
|Advertisement Size||Funds Europe Cost (£)||Funds Global Asia Cost (£)||Funds Global MENA Cost (£)|
|Double Page Spread||£13,925||£7,950||£7,950|
|Outside Back Cover||£11,425||£6,625||£6,625|
|Inside Front Cover||£9,900||£5,742||£5,742|
|2 Page Sponsored Profile||£14,425||£8,250||£8,250|
|1 Page Sponsored Profile||£8,100||£4,750||£4,750|
Print Display Ad Specifications - Print artwork specifications are supplied separately
Banners are sold on a tenancy basis, run of site & minimum 33% SOV. Costs are:
|Superleader||£750 per week||£185 per week||£185 per week||960 x 119|
|MPU||£688 per week||£172 per week||£172 per week||300 x 250|
|Half Page||£688 per week||£172 per week||£172 per week||300 x 600|
Digital Artwork Specifications - Please supply banners as Gif, Animated Gif or Jpeg. Max file size 100kb, URL for banner to link to. Flash banners may be accepted by special arrangement. For 3rd Party tags please liaise directly with Steve Dimitrov email: [email protected]
Email & White paper Package Advertising
For geo-targeted campaigns we charge pro-rata e.g. to reach Europe only (58% of the total) the rate is £1,015 per mailing (i.e. 58% of rate card). We do not charge any set up fees but there is a minimum fee of 50% for any solus mailings.
Email Artwork Specifications
For solus mailings you need to provide an HTML 5 file and which gives you a complete control of design, word count and destination of links. You also need to provide a subject line 3 days prior to mailing and in return we will send you a proof for your approval.
For sponsored newsletters please provide a) 728 x 90 leaderboard as Gif or Jpeg file, max size 100kb b) 80 words of descriptive text c) URL for hyperlink.
Artwork for both solus emails and newsletters must be provided 3 days prior to mailing date and in return we will send you a proof for your approval.
|Funds Europe Inserts per thousand|
|Weight||Cost per thousand||Full Circulation (10,256)|
|15g||£230 per thousand||£2,530|
|30g||£308 per thousand||£3,388|
|45g||£386 per thousand||£4,246|
|60g||£461 per thousand||£5,071|
|75g||£539 per thousand||£5,929|
|90g||£617 per thousand||£6,787|
|105g||£691 per thousand||£7,601|
|120g||£762 per thousand||£8,382|
|135g||£830 per thousand||£9,130|
|150g||£893 per thousand||£9,823|
|165g||£954 per thousand||£10,494|
|190g||£1,010 per thousand||£11,110|
|205g||£1,060 per thousand||£11,660|
The above costs are based on supplied inserts folded to a maximum size A4.
Inserts will be weighed before mailing to confirm cost
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