From content collaborations to campaign partnerships, TOPIA delivers storytelling with positive impact
Humans love stories. So our mission is simple. We want to engage creative and curious minds in what’s important by telling incredible stories with brilliant storytelling, beautiful visuals and editorial integrity.
There are many ways we can work together, from long-term, high-positive impact collaborations to more traditional content and design partnerships – and the promotion of those with an aligned ethos.
Storytelling with impact
Created by our in-house editorial, production and design teams, and using our global network of storytellers, content partnerships are a great way to connect with a TOPIA audience. We love developing original content and telling impactful stories through vibrant original features, animation, photo essays, podcasts and videos. We offer bespoke packages for those looking to align themselves with an editorial theme or topic and create content that comes alive – from conservation to design.
TOPIA channels include the online magazine, social channels, podcasts, videos and popular email newsletter – A World of Good. As an independent publication, we prioritise editorial independence over profit. There are no barriers, paywalls, ads or pop-ups at TOPIA so we can offer a deeper exposure to a diverse, international – and growing – audience on the things that matter. For free.
In August 2022, TOPIA partnered with Face This, a Dutch charity that brings together international street artists with Indonesian school kids to help them turn drawings into ‘T-shirts for good’ to support the children’s education. We introduce one artist each month as new designs drop. Read interviews from the ongoing series.
In September 2022, TOPIA created a one-minute animation about activating environmental awareness for British music visionary Beatie Wolfe’s curated city-wide takeover of screens for Denver Digerati’s annual Supernova Digital Animation Festival. We featured in a trio of shorts, alongside Oscar-winning Aardman Animations and the director of My Octopus Teacher.
If you’d like to find out more about how we could collaborate in a thrilling and meaningful partnership, get in touch and ask for our deck: email@example.com