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STUDENT PERK

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Connecting brands with millions of

students worldwide

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Awards

2018, 2019 & 2020

THE NETWORK

SCHOOLS

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COLLEGES

UNIVERSITIES

Preview our Network

We're able to impact your target demographic in...

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UK

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USA

HOW IT WORKS

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Target our network of millions of students, ranging from Primary School to University.

 

We connect brands with their ideal consumer demographic globally.

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Student Activations.

 

Utilise the student environment for sample-based marketing campaigns.

3

Direct CTA & Insights

 

Give your targets a direct path to purchase, and gain valuable consumer insights.

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EFFECTIVE TARGETS & INSIGHTS

Our Targeting process allows us to segment our network to identify students that best match your target demographic:

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Number of Students

 Speciality

 Location

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Gender

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Age

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Campuses

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Key Student

Sampling Occasions

Our strategy will align your campaign with key occasions during an average day for students,  emphasising the product's relevance and key brand messages within the consumption period.

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Classes

Quick-fix breakfast and lunch

Energy products before classes

Productivity products to be used during classes.

Studying & Deadlines

Pick-me-up products during studying

Energy Boosts for late deadlines

Wellbeing products for

stressful periods.

Out of Hours

Easy dinner/food solutions

After-school treats

Discount and offers for shopper-savings

Personal Care/Hygiene

Case Study (Pre-School)

134,465 Hartley's Jelly Pots distributed to companies across the UK

206 Schools & 90 Companies participated

Targeted exclusively at children aged 4-9

18.54% of consumers completed the questionnaire

Videography

"The day the children were given their jellies there was so much excitement on the playground. There were children telling their parents they had jelly in their bags! My eldest had eaten his pot before we had left the school gate, whereas my youngest saved his until we got home and went to the cutlery drawer and grabbed a medicine syringe as he simply couldn’t wait to eat it! He then declared the next morning that he wanted jelly for breakfast and I obviously didn’t have any so I had to go out and buy some. My eldest has since taken one in his lunchbox."

Oakdene Primary School (Parent)

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Colmers Farm Primary School 1 From TSB C
Colmers Farm Primary School 2 From TSB C

CONTACT US

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT OUR STUDENT SAMPLING ACTIVATIONS