Reach UK Students with Display Advertising On & Off Campus
Provided by BAM
Over 40,000 static and digital sites in highly targeted student locations on and off campus (inc. SUs, bus shelters, washrooms).
Tell us about the Opportunity / What is it?
Ensure that you stay in the forefront of students minds throughout the academic year by utilising the UK's largest and most diverse portfolio of display sites both on and off campus. With access to a targeted database of over 40,000 static and digital sites, our display opportunities offer the chance to make a regular appearance in students lives acting as a constant brand reminder. Whether you use posters, digital displays, billboards or advertisement on public transport display is a cost effective way of communicating your message.
What is the Marketing Objective?
Increase brand awareness, keep your brand 'front of mind' with students and reach large numbers of students at once. Communicate your message to over 2.5 million higher education students at a time where they are often developing purchasing habits and opinions for the first time.
How does it work?
By working with BAM you will be entrusting the most experienced student marketing agency in the UK to help plan and deliver your campaign. You will be privy to our expert insight into the market built up over 15 years to help identify the most effective channels for your campaign. As well as offering unparalleled insight, we save you time and hassle, utilising our strong relationships with over 150 media owners to ensure your campaign is placed efficiently and effectively. Enquire now for more details.
Who's used it in the past?
KPMG, Lynx, Nido Student Living, Endsleigh, Echo Festival and many more.
Features / Benefits
With an estimated annual spend of over £16.5 billion, display advertising provides your brand with exposure to one of the most dynamic and valuable segments within the 18-24 market.
On-campus and off-campus displays offer the chance to keep your brand at the forefront of students minds when they are developing their purchasing habits often for the first time.