Creative ideas to engage with a youth audience
Provided by UCAS Media
We'll power your campaign with creative ideas to engage with our huge youth/student audience across multiple channels.
Tell us about the Opportunity / What is it?
If you're looking to engage with a youth audience for anything from direct response, product launch and sampling to a brand awareness drive the creative solutions department at UCAS media can help.
We already have an unrivaled audience and effective media channels so let us come up with the big idea to drive your campaign and engage with this hard to reach audience across the contemporary platforms they use every day.
We want to understand your objectives and create innovative concepts and promotions from devising the initial concept right through to final execution.
What is the Marketing Objective?
To reach a youth audience in an effective manner you need a partner who understands this group, UCAS has been working with a youth audience for over 50 years and has an unrivaled level of insight and access to offer you.
From raising brand awareness to putting your product in the hand of the consumer we have the channels to achieve this and have worked with clients such as Red Bull, Microsoft, Amazon, Apple, Paramount and Tesco.
How does it work?
Applicants for University opt in to receive commercial messaging through UCAS giving a rich first party data source.
And during the University application process we have a captive audience plugged into the UCAS network of media channels everyday interacting online, through social media and branded content on our video channel.
Our events throughout the UK are attended by over 275,000 people offering the opportunity for sponsorship, product promotions and sampling.
Who's used it in the past?
Vodafone, Red Bull, Apple, Microsoft, Ministry of Sound, Asda, Samsung, John Lewis, Paramount, Sony, Tourism Australia, Currys/PC World and loads more.
Features / Benefits
Unique first party data source and brand trust of UCAS with this youth audience. Reach them through contemporary channels such as the UCAS video wall.