Simply Business sign content partnership with the Guardian

Simply Business, the UK’s biggest business insurance provider, has agreed a content partnership with the Guardian, with the insurer set to sponsor the paper’s Small Business Network over the course of the next twelve months.

As part of the agreement Simply Business will be sponsoring the ‘supporting business growth’ hub as well as running their very own Partner Zone, offering editorial content co-created with the Guardian. With the Small Business Network’s growing and engaged SME audience the partnership makes perfect sense for the insurer, with the agreement set to build brand awareness amongst its target market.

Beginning this month the partnership will run until March 2016, with Simply Business also set to sponsor the Guardian’s Small Business Showcase Awards. Speaking on the partnership Jasper Martens, Head of Marketing and Communications at Simply Business said:

‘We’re thrilled to have agreed this content partnership, as it makes total sense for us as a brand. The Small Business Network is a go-to resource for Britain’s smallest businesses, and our own Simply Business sponsored section will give us a platform to connect with them. The twelve month partnership is great news for Simply Business, and our content team is extremely excited.’

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About Simply Business

Simply Business is the UK’s biggest business insurance provider, specialising in public liability insurance for SMEs and landlord insurance.

Launched in 2005, Simply Business provides an online brokerage service delivering policies tailored to individual business requirements. It has a team of UK based insurance specialists and employs almost 300 people across offices in London and Northampton.

Simply Business provides insurance to more than 400,000 UK SMEs and landlords and owing to its internal underwriting capability can cover over 1,000 trade types. It has been a Sunday Times Tech Track 100 company for the past three years and was recently named in the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA. Revenues have grown from £4.2 million in 2006, to £25.4 million in 2014, and the company has been named 2015 and 2016 winners of The Sunday Times’ Best Company to Work For.