The New Statesman is working with leading corporate and academic institutions to offer digital subscriptions as a cost-effective employee benefit.
Our new offering, “The New Statesman for Work”, is a partner proposition that allows companies to offer a digital subscription as an employee perk. The company or office-wide subscriptions will provide access to the NS’s progressive, thoughtful journalism on domestic and global affairs.
“The New Statesman at Work” launched in a beta phase in May, and has already attracted financial institutions, universities and technology companies as enterprise subscribers. The user-pricing model ensures institutions can provide access to all their employees, at huge discounts.
The perk will enable employees to enjoy all our great writing, including the best political analysis from Andrew Marr, Louise Perry, Anoosh Chakelian and the rest of the team, as well as thought-provoking essays and commentary from our world-class writers, critics and thinkers including Jeremy Cliffe, Annette Dittert, Adam Tooze, Bruno Maçães, Helen Thompson and John Gray.
Employees will also be able to listen to the latest news from Westminster in the New Statesman Podcast, analysis of global affairs from the World Review team, or enjoy audio recordings of the best of our features and essays in the Long Reads podcast. Institutions that sign up will also receive early-bird and discounted tickets to the New Statesman’s portfolio of events, including: NS Politics Live and Making Sense of Net Zero.
To help onboard and launch the product, the New Statesman is offering to work with senior executives in large organisations to record their very own internal podcast, hosted by one of the New Statesman’s senior journalists.
In the current challenging economic environment, we know employers are looking to offer competitive perks that will attract and retain the best talent. “The New Statesman for work” is a relevant benefit that will reward global employees and help them to learn and grow.
“The New Statesman for work is a great way to give employees something valuable at a time when many people are feeling the pinch,” says Ken Appiah, Chief Executive of the New Statesman Media Group. “Whether employees are interested in books, current affairs, global politics or culture, the range of events, podcasts and information that the New Statesman provides is a fantastic way to keep employees informed and engaged.”
To enquire about an enterprise subscription please contact Phil Davison on Phil.Davison@newstatesman.co.uk
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