Hothouse Media rebrands as StudyTravel Ltd.

03 September, 2015

Hothouse Media, leaders in the B2B world of international education, has announced the rebranding of the company.

Our super team has rebranded

The rebranding follows a period of development and growth and will see Hothouse Media operating under the new name of StudyTravel.

StudyTravel connects educators across all sectors with study travel agents from around the world through its products: StudyTravel Magazine, StudyTravel Alphe Conferences and StudyTravel Star Awards.

Commenting on the rebrand, StudyTravel Director Scott Wade said, “This is an exciting time for all sectors of StudyTravel and the industry is evolving. We have changed our company name to better encapsulate our products as a cohesive group and the new logos are strong, fresh and friendly. But we are still the same great team!”

The new brand and identity will be rolled out across all products and the company’s social media pages, including Twitter, Facebook and Instagram

StudyTravel remains at the centre of the rapidly growing international education industry, working to improve the way in which companies in the language and education industry engage with one another.

About StudyTravel

The StudyTravel (ST) family is comprised of StudyTravel Magazine, StudyTravel Alphe Conferences, and the StudyTravel Star Awards.

ST Magazine is the only B2B publication on study travel agents’ desk every month. Reaching 29,000 study travel agents in 127 countries, this magazine is the guide to all things study travel. The magazine provides news, industry statistics and articles on all sectors of study travel, including further and higher education.

ST Alphe Conferences is a series of 10 conferences held all around the world, providing the perfect environment for international education professionals and study travel agents to meet face-to-face all in one room.

ST Star Awards is an annual awards ceremony held during ST Alphe UK in London. The awards allow schools and agents to vote for and celebrate the industry’s top stars.

Matthew Knott
News Editor


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