We could tell you how great Enable is all day long – but don’t take our word for it. We asked some of the people who we have worked with, both in advertising and editorial, to share what they think of the magazine…
“One of our biggest priorities at Mencap is giving a greater voice to people with a learning disability in the media and Enable have been great supporters of this. The magazine has always helped us put people with a learning disability at the centre of their stories, helping us raise awareness and give confidence to others to speak about their lives.
“We hope more publications could be as forward-thinking in their approach. It’s one of the reasons we always give stories to Enable, as they have such a dedicated audience who really take on board our messages.”
“I find Enable magazine to be so refreshing. Obviously, it covers the serious issues of the moment, but does so in an easy and accessible way. I also enjoy the breadth of topics, and the editorial team always get to the nub of the issue quickly and succinctly. At the risk of sounding frivolous, I like the way it looks as well; it’s bright and fun and I always make sure that a few copies are in our reception so it can be enjoyed by our visitors too.”
“As an inclusive employer, Enable magazine gives us the perfect platform to allow us to show that the UK nuclear industry has opportunities for all.”
“Here at CareCo, we are great supporters of Enable magazine. It has a strong, very targeted audience that is perfect for us. Even better, it is packed with well-researched information and news which ensures the magazine is read properly by large numbers. No wonder advertising in this title really works.”
“Skills for Care advertise with Enable magazine to raise awareness of the support we offer people who employ their own personal assistants. The magazine’s potential reach helps us to promote our work to our target audience, and the opportunities to get involved in editorial content and advertising really helps to get our message across.
“The team are really good at keeping us up to date with upcoming features and responding efficiently.”
To discuss opportunities available to get your product or service in front of the disabled community, please don’t hesitate to contact Marian Mathieson: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0141 212 8913.