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The Great Central Gazette is partly funded through our partnership alliance, where we work with local independent businesses, charities, civil society groups and public authorities who share our values.
Our partnerships with these allies help to fund The Gazette's high-quality journalism and support independent media.
We want to work with our allies and make sure that organisations, businesses, charities and community groups are seen by our audiences and celebrated for their impact in Leicester.
Together, we co-create research projects investigating specific topics relevant to Leicester. This typically results in 10-15 articles and an ethnographic report summarising our findings. In return, we offer free advertising and marketing services, including print advertising, inclusion in our weekly newsletter, editorial coverage, social media campaigns, profiles for our allies on the Great Central Gazette website and the ability to share offers, discounts and opportunities with our members.
We can work to the size of your organisation and your specific requirements.
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