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Working closely with clients, our expert custom-editorial Insights staff develops a range of high-quality, relevant content, delivering it to users when and where they want it—in digital, print, online, and in-person experiences. Everything is customized to fit clients’ content marketing goals and position them as thought leaders aligned with the authority on technology that matters.

Built on more than 115 years of excellence in technology journalism, MIT Technology Review Insights is the arm of global media company MIT Technology Review that creates and distributes custom content. Our turnkey solutions include everything from writing, editing, and design expertise to multiple options for promotional support.

Following is a sampling of our offerings:  

CUSTOM CONTENT COLLECTIONS

Sponsor an online collection of up to 10 pieces of recent, related MIT Technology Review editorial content on technologyreview.com. You choose the topic; MIT Technology Review Insights curates the content. If desired, add your own content to the mix.

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CLIENT-CONTRIBUTED CONTENT 

MIT Technology Review Insights can help your existing articles and other content reach new audiences via technologyreview.com.

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CUSTOM ARTICLES

The MIT Technology Review Insights team will create engaging, original online articles to tell your organization’s story, profile its leaders, highlight an issue, or showcase products, services, and expertise.  

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CUSTOM DISPATCHES

MIT Technology Review Insights will send a professional journalist to attend your organization’s conference or other event, then create an online article or illustrated report providing a permanent record of the proceedings.

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WHITE PAPERS AND REPORTS

MIT Technology Review Insights will research, write, edit, and design materials that demonstrate your organization’s thought leadership about today’s top business and technology trends.

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INFOGRAPHICS

Let the pictures tell the story. MIT Technology Review Insights will create full-size infographics—or a series of mini-infographics—to visually illustrate a concept, issue, or process.

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C-BRIEFS, TECHNOLOGY INSIGHTS REPORTS

 C-Briefs—short, insightful summaries for top executives—showcase your organization’s knowledge about a key current trend. Technology Insights reports provide a similar concise briefing geared to an audience of technology decision makers.     

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CUSTOM EDITORIAL PACKAGES  

The MIT Technology Review Insights team will work closely with you to create a diverse, engaging package of online articles, reports, videos, infographics, and other content. 

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PRINT ADVERTORIALS

Reach our print magazine’s high-value audience with a smartly written, beautifully designed custom advertorials.

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VIDEOS

Our videos, which capture conversations between a top MIT Technology Review editor and client subject matter experts, offer another opportunity to demonstration your organization’s thought leadership.

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Live Events

Work with MIT Technology Review Insights to host, co-host, or sponsor an in-person event on the MIT campus—or any other location of your choice.

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