The Ethical Hour Podcast

Cutting edge conversations from world-leading ethical innovators

Ethical Hour’s Changemaker Chats podcast brings you inspiring conversations with impact entrepreneurs, everyday activists and changemakers from around the world, who are tackling social and environmental issues and working hard to make the world a better place through the power of small business.

You’ll hear stories from the front line of social justice, sustainability and triple bottom line businesses. Tune in for inspiring interviews and cutting edge conversations with the world’s leading ethical innovators working for people, planet and profit towards the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.

Want to appear on the podcast?

If you’re an impact entrepreneur or changemaker with an inspiring impact story to tell, then we want to hear from you! The podcast is a series of informal conversations about the hottest topics in the sustainability space and the brightest innovators on a mission to change the world. If you’d like to share your message with us, please apply to be a guest.

Podcast Advertising

The Ethical Hour podcast is a popular show with industry leading experts from across the ethical and sustainability sectors. Episodes are available on Apple Podcasts, Castbox, Spotify and Soundcloud. We have a 5* Apple Podcasts rating and over 17,000 downloads worldwide.

The podcast has global distribution – our top 3 countries are UK (51% of our audience), USA (18%) and Australia (7%). Our audience includes conscious consumers and impact business owners.

Advertising space is offered to ethical brands at the start of the podcast and priced at £60 per episode. There are discounts if 4 episodes are booked at once (£220) or 10 episodes (£500) – and we do recommend sponsors consider bulk booking to get maximum exposure of their brand and make their ads more effective. This includes a 60 second ad read by the host Sian Conway, a website link in the show notes and shoutouts on social media.

To discuss advertising options and find out more, please contact our community nurturer Annie:

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