Newsletter Sponsorship

The Chamber News newsletter reaches across the Gloucestershire business community and is a great way to build up awareness of your business. Members currently can promote newsworthy events and significant business activities that are not regular or operational in nature. Going forward, Chamber members will now have the opportunity to promote any aspect of their businesses via banner ads at the top, middle and end of the newsletter.

These banners will be of equal size with the following dimensions and pricing:

  • Banners will be approximately 600 (w) x 125 (h)
  • Each banner will be linked to a member’s designated webpage
  • Banner positioning (member/non-member)
    • Gold: £100/£200 (below masthead and social media icons)
    • Silver: £75/£150 (before Members News and Events)
    • Bronze: £50/£100 (above the photo Gallery)
  • Artwork must be designed and completed before submission
  • Submission and payment deadline is the 1st of each month for the following month’s newsletter
  • Priority is given on a first come, first serve basis registered via email
  • Submissions by fully paid members are given priority

These promotional opportunities offer great value for money and is available on a discounted basis to fully paid up members. Sponsorship is also available to non-members at a commercial rate. To place an advertisement, contact the editor, Dan Harris (

The support and networking opportunities that the Chamber offered to me as director of a new business really appealed. The board and members I spoke to seemed really interested in my business.

Alastair James Roberts ACII
Alastair James Insurance Brokers


“I can see there is a lot of energy there, a lot of passion for doing the best for the town and we want to be part of that.”

Oliver Wiliams
Ellenborough Park

Becoming a member

The Cheltenham Chamber of Commerce represents the interests of thousands of local businesses of all sizes, sectors, and regions. Our members range from small shops and local business groups to leading industry associations and large corporations. They all share one thing in common—they count on the Chamber to create opportunities and to improve the local business environment.