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How to Sponsor Fashionista's eBooks and PDF Downloads

Sponsorships include full-funnel marketing integration and direct access to early startup fashion and beauty brands.

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Fashionista.com has always been a critical resource for emerging leaders in fashion, and it is launching its latest footprint in the space with a series of eBooks: “How to Launch A Brand.” This series will highlight success stories, share insights on best practices and industry trends and offer sponsors direct access to early startup fashion and beauty brands.

Sponsorships include full-funnel marketing integration and specifically:

  • Logo integration and brand awareness
  • Contribute advice and thought leadership content
  • Display advertising and audience retargeting
  • Lead generation

Previous examples include: “Getting a Job in Fashion: Career Advice and Tips From Industry Professionals” and “Ever Wonder How to Start a Shoe Line?

Upcoming “How to Launch a Brand” eBook topics include ethical fashion, skin care, denim, underwear and lingerie, handbags, perfume and fragrance, eyewear and sunglasses, and jewelry.

Sponsorship is also available for our other PDF downloads, including the Salary Survey. Every year we come out with the industry’s most-read salary survey, based on input from thousands of our readers from all corners of the fashion industry. It is a trusted resource from Jr. Assistants to Executive Directors in jobs ranging from design to editorial to PR, at companies like Nordstrom, Tiffany & Co., Condé Nast, Marc Jacobs and Ralph Lauren, to the newest brands launching in the space. See the 2018 Salary Survey report here

Interested in sponsorship? Fill out the form here. We look forward to working with you!

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Source: Fashionista.com

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