We can help you map your expertise with member needs through advice pieces, a great way to position your brand and typically written for the AIM Bulletin>>, the bi-monthly print magazine for AIM’s members distributed to over 1300 individual and organisational members and a wide range of opinion formers and key sector stakeholders. Content and features are re-purposed for use online and promoted across AIM’s social media channels so the potential reach for any feature is considerable. Depending on the topic, we may also be able to programme an online session, through our Hallmarks at Home sessions.
Bulletin article advice
We recommend that a piece in the Bulletin typically comprises a relevant topic agreed with the AIM team of around 550-650 words. Our readers enjoy approachable and jargon-free copy so we always suggest you assume you are covering a new area of expertise for the reader. Relevant examples of good practice within the museum and heritage sector or similar are great too, alongside at least one copyright cleared, high quality image and of course contact details for you or your organisation. Check out this recent example>>
AIM Conference in June each year is a key opportunity to meet our members, get a sense of the challenges, issues and opportunities they face and share how your brand can support them. As an Associate Supplier you will be the first to be offered sponsorship and expo stand opportunities and we can even tailor packages to meet your specific needs. Conferences rotate around the UK and typically attract around 300 delegates and decision makers from across the sector.
You benefit from reduced advertising rates>> in the AIM Bulletin which, in addition to our members – museums, professionals, Museum Development Officers, freelancers, commercial suppliers – is mailed to a wide range of opinion formers, including the Department for Culture, Media & Sport, Heritage Lottery Fund, Arts Council England, key museums and cultural bodies in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, and arts media.
If you’d like to discuss any of the above opportunities please don’t hesitate to contact either Matt or Catrin.
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