The Times Scotland Supplements
We publish business and policy supplements distributed as part of the The Times Scotland, under the Canongate and FutureScot brands.
Our experienced team of journalists, writers and designers can bring your story to life in a format and style that suits your objectives. We can also create bespoke 4pp-16pp sections for your organisation or services.
FutureScot reports on the digital technologies industry in Scotland and the ways it is changing people’s lives, here and around the world.It covers the country’s rich technology ecosystem, from start-ups to billion dollar companies. We analyse government policy and public sector transformation, as well as skills, business and investment.
FutureScot is a showcase for the digital talent and innovation that abounds throughout Scotland. It features interviews with digital leaders and disrupters, policymakers and grassroots groups helping to make Scotland a leader in technology and digital transformation.
Throughout the year every issue addresses the main themes in Scotland’s tech sector, including education, data, digital transformation, digital health, IoT, cyber security, skills and training, women in technology and Fintech.
Every weekday we publish FS Fives – a daily morning round-up of tech stories.
Our Supplements guarantee coverage of your message in Scotland’s only national quality newspaper The Times Scotland, directly reaching 53,000 influential professionals.Our readers are young, vibrant and have a higher ABC1 profile than The Scotsman, The Glasgow Herald and areevenly spread throughout Scotland; not skewed to any town or city.
The average daily sale is now 24,937 – up 27.48% year-on-year. This is the seventeenth consecutive monthly year-on-year increase out-selling The Scotsman by more than 2,000 copies per day.
Advertisers and sponsors receive an agreed number of copies for their own purpose.
We also mail directly to named officials of The Scottish Government, MSPs, and local government executives, NHS, housing associations, universities and trade bodies, to ensure a comprehensive coverage of the public and third sector.
Copies are distributed at tech conferences, award ceremonies and exhibitions in Scotland. Hand drops to universities, colleges and schools can also be organised.
Readers will associate your message in The Times Scotland with quality, premium products and services: perfect for high impact campaigns and launches.