About Views from the Marketplace
Views from the Marketplace are paid for by key partners of MIT Technology Review.
The advertisers and sponsors you see on this site and at our events — work with us because of you, our readers. A prestigious, global audience engages with MIT Technology Review on a daily basis.
Our partners want to establish new relationships with you that transcend legacy media/advertiser borders. They are looking for ways to engage with you that move beyond advertisements filled with tag lines and special offers.
In 2012, working with our partners, we created Views from the Marketplace to become this new engagement platform.
What is a View from the Marketplace?
At its core, a View from the Marketplace is content created exclusively for the MIT Technology Review audience.
The content could be a blog post, article, Q&A, photo gallery, infographic, video, or some other unique interactive experience. It could be provided by our partner, or our partner may commission our custom team to create it on their behalf. However, before they can reach you, all Views from the Marketplace are reviewed and approved by our team.
Contact us at any time if you have questions, concerns, or feedback about this program or the content provided by our partners. More details on our native or sponsored advertising policies can be read here.
Potential partners that are interested in participating in this program should connect with our business development team (). Please note that this program maintains limited availability and a high-quality-focused set of admissions criteria.