There is some exciting news for brands with students as a key consumer demographic, as an increasing number of Universities confirm they will be reopening this autumn and Students’ Unions confirm they will allow onsite promotions from September.
At BAM we are working to establish effective measures that will allow experiential activity to resume whilst protecting both our staff and the public. It is time to start reconnecting brands with the market.
At a time when recruiting the best quality teachers has never been more important, it was critical to continue to communicate the key messages of the Get Into Teaching through an effective, integrated, digital campaign
As lockdown measures begin to be released and guidance from the government continues to be updated, we wanted to find out if Universities have updated their plans and if they are any clearer on what the University sphere will look like.
As a student marketing agency we wanted to find out how the University landscape is adapting and more importantly find out what the plans are for the looming new academic year. Take a look at the latest insight.
With the outbreak of COVID-19 and the implications this has placed on the University sphere, we spoke to students to find out exactly how this pandemic is affecting their lives, behaviours and purchasing habits.
Hostelworld, the world’s number one hostel booking website, is the leading provider of online reservations for the budget, independent and youth travel market. Hostelworld turned to BAM to help facilitate the UK part
With so many channels available to brands, how do you know which to choose? BAM has an in-depth understanding of the market and has extensive connections within the industry, which means we are best placed to advise you on the best solutions for your brand.
It’s a new year and a new decade and just as we move forward with the times, we’re moving forward with experiential marketing, with BAM’s guide to award-winning experiential in 2020, striving to make the ordinary extraordinary.
Trade shows, exhibitions and fairs are all environments that have ideal opportunities to create customer relationships and valuable experiences. With promotional staff you can get the best out of all these events.
keeping with the infamous trend of ‘new year, new me’, We’ve made some changes around here, and we’d like to introduce you to BAM 2.0, the new and improved experiential marketing and promotional staffing agency, with a talent for youth.
As the dust finally settles from the new year and new decade excitement and the 2020 changes at BAM are now in full swing, it’s time to reflect on our 2019 and share with you what a memorable year it was for so many reasons!
If you haven’t heard of TikTok, it’s about time you did, (pun intended). China’s explosively popular Social Media platform has been on a wild ride since 2017, taking the world by storm and reaching a status of global popularity.
At BAM we provide unprecedented access to the lucrative student market through an extensive portfolio of media channels, combining this with our experience and knowledge of the market, allowing us to advise brands on the most
It’s 2019 and the spending power of the youth market is now truly undeniable. With a vast plethora of sources out there showcasing just how big their spending power is, every brand now wants a slice of the action
As we fast approach 2020 it’s become common place for the world’s social media users to carry out their daily screen scrolling in between their day to day activities. But as a brand or business heading into the new decade
When it comes to youth marketing, Freshers Fair’s are often top of mind. However, this isn’t the only route you can take to see significant results. Offering businesses from every sector extensive brand exposure
With a passion for exploration and a thirst to find life’s meaningful experiences, the 2020 youth traveler is seeking responsible travel that will show them the world and with a readiness to spend on such eye-opening adventures
Despite being born in an era dominated by deals, discounts and displays, the mobile native youth of today are yet to fully embrace the world of loyalty schemes and programmes according to a report from Kobie Marketing.
In an age of continuous product development, brand saturation and a ‘new and now’ culture, it is becoming increasingly hard for brands to achieve longevity and survive, let alone thrive, however with over 166 years
Developing a marketing strategy is vital for any business, with those specifically targeting youth being no exception. Without a strong Youth Marketing Strategy, all efforts to attract the lucrative youth consumer are likely to fall short