unquote.com's range of online opportunities, events and print magazines offers a fantastic choice of marketing solutions for the private equity community.
The key question is "Who uses unquote.com"
The answer is that, over the last 20 years, a huge number of general partners, debt providers and advisory firms across Europe have come to rely on unquote.com for their data and research.
Looking back over the last 12 months, our users include:
We provide opportunities ranging from traditional print advertising to sponsorship of our regional conferences or access to our TV studios where we can film one on one interviews, roundtable discussions and Q&A sessions with one of our unquote" editorial team.
We offer the opportunity to target the Europe-wide community or to specifically focus region by region - allowing you to tailor your message to each audience.
We are always looking to work with clients who want innovative ways of engaging with the private equity community, and we enjoy coming up with ideas which make our clients stand out against their competition.
Past and current advertising and sponsorship clients range from small, regional-specific general partners to members of the "Big 4" advisory firms.
For more information, call or email Catherine Lewis on +44 (0) 207 004 7445.
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