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Lidl- Autumn Graduate Fairs

Service:

  • On Campus
  • Experiential & Events

Audience:

  • Graduates
  • University Students

The Client

Lidl is one of the biggest discount retail stores in the world, with over 10,000 locations across 28 European countries and the United States.

They’ve been an established retailer for 45 years, founded in 1973 in Germany.

The chain operates an “Early Talent” scheme that includes Graduate Opportunities, Placement Years and Direct Entry roles aimed at students and young people.

What We Did

Lidl worked with British American Group’s On-Campus department to organise a series of contact campaigns during the Autumn Careers Fair cycle at universities nationwide.

This strategically coincided with the opening of applications to Lidl’s Early Talent schemes.

The presence at the careers fairs aimed to encourage current final year students to apply to Lidl’s Graduate Opportunities, and for students on business courses to consider working at Lidl during their placement year.

The campaign also aimed to generate brand awareness amongst students who may not currently be at the correct stage for applying to Lidl’s opportunities, but who would be in the future.

We positioned large branded promotional stands at all of the fairs, and provided promotional staff with Lidl branded incentives to give to students.

These included branded chocolates and pens.

Promotional staff ensured that Lidl’s drive for student and graduate interest was a effective as possible.

Why It Rocked

30 university Careers Fairs covered

87,000 students reached

7250 branded chocolates distributed

8120 brocheurs and pens distributed

 

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