Who we are

Through our cutting-edge series of B2B and B2C brands, we tell stories about how the world is changing for the people across the globe delivering that change. We care about the big themes which we cover with balance, patience and our proprietary datasets.

OUR VALUES

Our corporate values help to ensure we create a culture of success where all of our employees are working together towards the same goal.

OUR PURPOSE

Our goal is to help audiences find solutions to the challenges they face now and predict the challenges they are likely to face in the future.  Our approach is underpinned by next generation technology and extensive data.

Our brands

New Statesman Media Group is home to some of the most influential, historic and engaging brands in the media world.

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The New Statesman‘s flagship event, Politics Live, showcased the very best of our political coverage and provided delegates with invaluable access and insight into those responsible for governing the UK. This essential event will return on 27 June 2023 to confirm its status as Britain’s most thought-provoking and dynamic political conference.

Our Partners

MARTECH

With first class journalism and insightful content, we use artificial intelligence and propensity modelling to deliver personalised content to a highly senior and engaged audience through Lead Monitor, our proprietary marketing tool built into our websites.

By employing this technology to analyse and target our audience, we can reach readers based on specific campaign requirements, knowing their content consumption and likelihood to act
positively.

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With a metropolitan population of almost 19 million people, New York City is a true melting pot of cultures, ethnicities and personalities. Contrasts between Wall Street and Broadway, Harlem and the Upper…

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For two decades there have been plans for a statue of Nick Cave in his birth town Warracknabeal, 200 miles north-west of Melbourne. Cave was to be cast in gold, riding a…

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