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Sponsors

You may be a company linked to exciting travel ideas.
You may be a business that has nothing to do with expeditions or travel but are interested in reaching a wider audience within the ABC1 demographic.
Or you may be a specialist team producing products such as Profeet’s custom running shoes or Berghaus’ high-performance outdoor products.
Whichever category you belong to, the benefits of sponsoring expeditions -whether financially or through equipment provision- are numerous:

  • AlastairHumphreys.com is viewed tens of thousands of times every month.
  • AlastairHumphreys.com is a highly respected site within the communities of expeditions, travel writing, and personal motivation
  • Alastair gives over 100 presentations each year to diverse audiences, including corporate lectures and large theatre events
  • Alastair’s journeys generate stunning images and video: ideal for use in internal or external promotion campaigns

As a result sponsorship represents a unique opportunity for those wanting their product or service to be seen in a positive light by a wide audience.

Alastair is currently seeking sponsors for three key areas:

  1. Specialised, top quality expedition equipment
  2. Financial support for low-cost microadventures
  3. Financial support for three major expedition projects

Sponsorship opportunities range from as small as walking the M25 or as vast as walking to the South Pole. To discuss how your company might get involved please contact the sponsorship team today.

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