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The education sector really calls for a marketing and development expert that knows what they’re talking about… someone who understands that Early Years is different to Schools and Academies can mean different things to different people. In short, that’s what makes us so great at what we do. We’ve drawn the best people together to create a sector team that has real experience in this sector… that doesn’t just mean a few relevant client projects. That means genuinely understanding how things work, ways to communicate and the things that keep you awake at night (as well as the times of year you’ll be thinking about marketing).  It doesn’t matter whether you’re an education provider or a supplier, we can help with your marketing, social media and PR.

As always, our blog articles are tailored to help you with specific, relevant topics. Have a look at the things we’re talking about, for yourself…

Education Tweeter of the Week – Harlow College #TOTW

This week we’re heading down to Harlow in Essex for our education tweeter. With an impressive variety of qualifications on offer, a state of the art journalism centre and alumni such as Jeremy Clarkson and Piers Morgan, we’ve got high hopes. But how does Harlow College stack up on social media? Let’s find out…

Primary schools need great websites too…

In terms of education marketing, primary schools often struggle to make an impact, almost entirely due to budget and resource constraints. As smaller entities, they don’t have the budgets for in-house or external marketing work. Now this isn’t necessarily a problem in terms of pupil retention and attracting pupils, as many primary schools are over-subscribed. […]

Fifteen ways to get on top of your college marketing this summer holiday #3

And so we come to the last of our tips for summer marketing jobs.  We’d be missing a trick if we didn’t consider the social and digital media tasks (and even social selling) that the summer holidays are just perfect for. 1.      Would you connect with you – Whether you’re very active on social media, […]

Fifteen ways to get on top of your college marketing this summer holiday #2

So, you’ve had a week of working through our first five summer holiday tips (if you missed them head over to our blog).  How did you get on? We’d love to hear from you with news of progress. In this second blog, we’ve for your next 5 jobs (and look out for the final 5 […]

Education Tweeter of the Week – University of Glasgow #TOTW

This week we’re heading all the way up to Bonnie Scotland for our latest Education Tweeter. Going all the way back to 1451, the University of Glasgow is one of the top research institutes in the UK and beyond. They’ve had quite a few centuries to master the art of education, but how do they […]

Bring on the B Corp! Do Nation

As part of our series on B Corps, we’ve tracked down some fellow accredited businesses to gather inspiration and ideas for marketing campaigns that we can all share and benefit from. Every month we’ll be talking to a B Corp about their journeys and what it means to them – it’s called Bring on the […]

Fifteen ways to get on top of your college marketing this summer holiday #1

Everyone knows… marketing costs a lot of money and grinds to a halt over the summer, right?  No! We think it’s time you took a new look at how you spend the summer months.  Why does the cleaning have to happen in the Spring and the resolutions in January?  Why can’t we take advantage of […]

Being a B Corp – what does it mean to us?

B Corp certification is really starting to kick off in the UK. If you haven’t heard of B Corporations, they are for-profit companies certified by the non-profit B Lab to meet rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency. Essentially B Corp is to business what Fairtrade is to coffee. Today, there is […]

Was it social media wot won it?

Over a week has gone by, the Queen’s Speech has taken place, and we’re all still talking about the General Election and who exactly won… and how.  Back in 1992 it was, supposedly, ‘the Sun wot won it’ for the Tories. Fast forward 15 years and it has been claimed that it was ‘Facebook wot […]

Social media for university research faculties

There are pretty much no sectors or industries for which social media has not become a crucial tool, either for internal and external communications, branding, or for the marketing and selling of products and services. Some may say that one group late to jump on the social media wagon has been university research teams (if, […]