Packaging Scotland

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Digital advertising packages work alongside the printed magazine to keep readers informed of top stories, features and events, as well as offering all the benefits you’d expect from online promotion.  We have various advertising opportunities across our digital channels, which include display adverts on our site, sponsored content and advertorial, promotion through social media and email marketing.  Advertising packages can be custom-built to suit your business needs and budget. We track the performance of campaigns and provide analytics and feedback on standard metrics such as impressions and click-through rate.

If you’ve got an idea for a digital campaign you’d like to discuss, call Claire Moodie on 0141 567 6027 or email



From traditional booming industries like whisky and food to the burgeoning craft spirits sector, Scotland has always been a strong and diverse market in its own right. As such, it cannot be treated simply as a region. A growing number of businesses are attempting to expand their presence north of the border and increase market share and visibility. As the only packaging magazine published in Scotland, Packaging Scotland is uniquely placed to cover the Scottish market and the many people and businesses operating within it. Produced by the country’s leading independent trade publisher, the publication is widely read by key decision-makers and offers a range of advertising opportunities to suit your marketing requirements.

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Packaging Scotland’s continually updated circulation database ensures that the magazine reaches the decision-makers in the packaging industry across the whole of Scotland, from the Borders to the Shetland Isles.
Closely-monitored and researched, Scotland’s only packaging magazine offers an extremely cost-effective way of reaching the people with buying power in Scotland’s packaging industry.

Average NET circulation: 4,016 (certificate issue 8 January 2018)

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