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One thing we're not is boring. We do extremely well at creating standout experiential marketing campaigns that hit the mark when it comes to entertaining and engaging the imagination of students across the UK. Fill out the form below and we'll get back to you within 7 days with some ideas for your campaign.
Design, build and develop a web based game to host on Jaguar Land Rover careers platforms and at careers events. Quick "angry-birds" style game with national leaderboard.
Future Leaders Club
Help students further their careers by hooking them up with top talent whilst displaying Hult Business School's expertise
How to mobilise football fans?! Simple- stick a goal up in middle of campus and see if students can score a worldy. Prepare for plenty of banter with Yakatak.
Secret pop up make up give-aways to create underground conversation about the launch of NYX, L'Oreal's latest new brand in the UK.
Challenge perceptions about jobs with Lidl with an interactive games cube to get the heart pumping quick!
Treat your customers like Kardashians for reality TV's hottest new thing hayu, owned by NBCUniversal. We supplied end of fresher recovery kits, lifts home and loads more!
Challenge the cooking skills gap by teaching students how to knock up a mega-Shakashuka (the best breakfast in the world if you don't know) on behalf of Co-op.
Want to make a bank look cool? Combine Roger Federer and Credit Suisse to make a huge tennis simulator to give a great experience.
Tower Hamlets College approached Campus Media to create and deliver an outdoor marketing campaign throughout East London to promote its A-level courses to potential students.
Capital One required the support of a recruitment marketing specialist that had access to confident, well-connected and reliable student brand ambassadors to talk about its graduate schemes to other students.