Advertise your brand on Coffee Cups

Provided by Tabletalk Media Ltd
Deliver branded takeaway coffee cups directly into consumers' hands and disrupt the everyday coffee journey.

Tell us about the Opportunity / What is it?

Whether it's a quick coffee to go, time for a break, a space to work away from the office, or a place to meet friends or family, Coffee Shops are a natural and habitual part of everyday life. Advertising in Coffee Shops gives brands an opportunity to disrupt the everyday journey in a unique, creative, impactful way.

What is the Marketing Objective?

Tabletalk's innovative Coffee Shop advertising formats allow brands to harness the power of everyday moments and capitalise on daily leisure time to make a lasting impact. In such a competitive market it can be difficult for brands to grab genuine share of voice - Coffee Shops deliver extended dwell time at a receptive leisure moment during the day.

How does it work?

With messages delivered directly into people's hands - brands benefit from the fact that consumers spend an average 21 minutes with their takeaway coffee and 50% ending up on a desk in the office.

Who's used it in the past?

Big brands like Microsoft, Google, Vodafone, BUPA and eBay, all the way through to publishers like Penguin Random House, Harper Collins, Hodder & Stoughton and the Financial Times, as well as London City Airport, Nationwide, TSB, CV Library, Austrian National Tourist Office and

Features / Benefits

Tabletalk's takeaway coffee cups are 100% recyclable.

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Guide PriceReach & FrequencyTarget AudienceMedia Types
£0 to £50k
All adultsBoth
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