How can 3Fox help market your project or place?

Fri 19 October 2012, 3:41 pm

3Fox International can help to promote your area or regeneration scheme through a set of communication vehicles.

Our experienced sales team sells sponsorship space around these products, making them at least 90 per cent self-financing. This enables us to provide low-cost but high-quality publications, websites and events to market places and projects. With these we can promote your projects to an audience of 44,000 UK developers, investors, occupiers and advisors and a growing list of overseas investors.

If you would like to talk to us about how to produce high-quality collateral with a low budget and few resources, please contact Paul Gussar, 3Fox International divisional director of business development, on 020 7978 6840 or email.


Our business is founded on producing regular (yearly or twice-yearly), high quality business-to-business magazines. These combine development information with eye-catching visuals to illustrate locations’ attractiveness to investors, occupiers and developers.


Publication of a magazine is often marked by an after-work event at which council officers and the private sector can gather to network informally, helping to a development community to coalesce. Over time these can grow and develop into a full-blown inward investment conferences, such as Opportunity Sutton, Develop Croydon and Invest Bromley, which attract 150-250 delegates each year to hear from top-name speakers such as London Mayor Boris Johnson or business secretary Vince Cable.


Most 3Fox magazines are accompanied by a website (though we also run stand-alone websites with no magazine attached). The websites provide online versions of the magazine, a weekly news service written and/or sourced by 3Fox journalists, teasers and extracts from magazine features, press releases from sponsors, as well as project maps, image galleries and directories.


Most of our websites are supported by news bulletins, which are emailed regularly (either monthly or quarterly). These collate the biggest recent news from the website, and late-breaking stories, as well as providing clients and sponsors a chance to shout about their achievements. The e-bulletins are a key driver of traffic to the websites.

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