EXPERIENCED EDUCATION PR AGENCY
The spotlight is always shining on education, skills and training given the importance of learning and talent development in every sector. In our experience as an education PR agency, we see first hand the significant government investments in adult education and apprenticeships that are underway and the challenges that further education faces in a bid to recruit students and nurture the future talent pipeline. As a result, the education and training sector is busy, competitive and complex, but one that the AMBITIOUS team really understands.
Our client base includes education providers and training specialists that are looking to PR and communications to help them with a number of challenges. Youth marketing to attract students from the UK and overseas, dealing with negative news that impacts reputation in the community to promoting new courses, launching a new tech platform or profile raising to help secure investment – these are just a few examples of areas where we can help.
The education sector covers a huge range of target audiences, from Head Teachers, governors, academics to parents and students and we understand what makes the relevant media in this sector tick.
We’ve great relationships with education journalists forged over many years so we know how they work and what type of stories they are looking for. This is a niche sector and as a result, messaging needs to be carefully tailored to the audience. The best results come from putting the groundwork in and that’s something that the AMBITIOUS team can promise to deliver.
OUR EDUCATION SECTOR CLIENT EXPERIENCE
As an education PR agency we help a broad range of clients including edtech platforms, multi-academy trusts, charitable bodies, independent schools, exam boards, colleges and universities to reach and engage with a huge range of audiences.
The services we provide cover the integrated communications demands of our client in the education sector – strategy, PR, content creation, social media and digital PR.
Training management platform, Bud Systems, who we’ve helped to cut through the noise with topical thought leadership campaigns combined with industry research to engage the training sector and raise awareness of its platform is one example. We assist Access Creative College with engaging stakeholders, promoting qualifications and generating national and local awareness of its campus locations. We work with schools, colleges, universities, education charities and industry bodies such as ASDAN (curriculum development organisation and awarding body) , University of Bristol, City of Bristol College, Cabot Learning Federation, Wellsway Multi Academy Trust and Jo Ouston & Co to launch new sites and recruit new students and learners.
Outside of work, we have a valuable insight into the sector through our roles as advisors and governors and as a result we’re very active in education policy and delivery of education courses and qualifications for learners.
OUR WORK IN THE EDUCATION SECTOR
“We couldn’t have asked for a better agency to help with this campaign! They’ve been perfect”
“Cherry enjoys working with AMBITIOUS and the name rings true but does not reflect the high level of innovation, care and professionalism that they bring to our team.”
“The Ambitious team have been integral to the whole launch of Origin Workspace, involved right from the very start. They have been key to building the community around Origin, all our stakeholder engagement and really helping us bring the brand to life.”
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