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MIT Sloan Management Review has a rapidly growing digital audience, representing almost every country in the world. Visitors depend on MIT SMR for the world’s most advanced discussion and insights on management practice. Our content is optimized for tablet, so your brand message is viewed by our loyal audience whenever and wherever they want.

For audience demographics, rates, and specifications, request MIT SMR’s Media Kit.


You can be sure your advertisement is featured within the content that appeals to your prospective customers. We reach 471,540 people each month across several platforms, providing our audience of influential leaders with critical business insight.

Digital Audience

The MIT SMR website has a rapidly growing audience; visitors depend on MIT SMR for the world’s most advanced discussion and insights on management practice.

For complete audience demographic information, request MIT SMR’s Media Kit.

Email Newsletters

More than 80,000+ readers have signed up to receive our monthly e-newsletters on management innovation, which offer advertisers a choice of bold display at the top of each e-newsletter and generous text advertising placement. Our Media Kit contains the full list of MIT SMR newsletters and their respective advertising rates.

Mobile and App Sponsorship

MIT SMR readers enjoy the best ideas in business with the flexibility to read on the go at MIT SMR Mobile. We offer opportunities to become an exclusive sponsor of our mobile or app platforms, where bold, full-page interstitial campaigns will help you create a connection with business executives and drive engagement with your message. Rates for both are available in our Media Kit.

Digital Rates and Specifications

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