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How can good money businesses get involved in Good Money Week?

Good Money Week is an opportunity to promote your ethical, sustainable and responsible products and services so customers can find them. Ways you can do that includes:


What can you do?

You can choose your own focus and create news in different ways. You might engage with media on some survey results, a new product or service, 'how to' top tips, profile a 'good money' innovator or share case studies. There are MANY digital and print news outlets interested in a wide variety of topics and approaches to the good money story. You just need to find what works for you.

Alternatively,  you can become a Good Money Week sponsor to be involved in our own media work.


What can you do?

Create infographics, video, audio (podcasts) and link to relevant stories and more - and share often. People respond to simple, clear messages and you'll maximise impact by engaging as many of the senses as possible. 

Alternatively, you can sponsor content we produce and share.


What can you do?

• Asset Managers could put on an event for advisers to highlight the benefits, and availability, of ESG and sustainable investment options.
• Run a cinema or lecture evening and debate a money topic with your clients or network
• Offer a free ESG or sustainable finance screening or consultation
• Something else!

Once you have planned your event let us know and we'll advertise on our website and through social media.


Sponsorship is a really cost effective way for your brand to reach huge Good Money Week audiences without any of the hassle of creating and launching your own popular campaign. Let us do the work by becoming a sponsor.

For more details get in touch with us.


We'd love it if you would:

• Share your case studies of good money doing great things financially, environmentally and socially.

• Share all the ways in which you are leading on gender equality, racial equality, climate action and a just transition for us to share through our channels.

• Read our public and investor attitudes research 2020.


Get in touch with the team for more information.