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A day in the life at… Education Cubed

Just like the ever-changing world of digital media, life moves pretty fast at the Brighton office of Education Cubed. As a digital advertising agency specialising in the student recruitment sector, no two days are the same. Whether working on a pitch presentation, tender process, campaign delivery or budget allocation, it’s never a dull moment.

Clients are at the heart of everything we do, meaning that everyone who works for Education Cubed needs to understand the importance of client management and ensure that every campaign is consistently delivered to the highest standards. Every single one of our clients comments on our exemplary client management skills, something we are very proud to shout about.

Reporting, monitoring, analysing and insights are all part of the Education Cubed jigsaw, meaning we can stay ahead of digital trends, share insights with our clients and ensure we keep creating stand-out digital campaigns that really resonate with key audiences. The way 18-24-year-olds use mobile technology is constantly evolving; this is great news for us as marketers and higher education institutions who are able to get their brand in front of potential students, spark engagement and start genuine conversations.

In the past two years, Education Cubed has grown exponentially and that’s all down to our incredible team and clients. The new year will see another period of growth for us, with new team members joining in January, a brand new website on the horizon and, of course, lots of tenders and pitches to get our teeth into.

The future is looking bright and we’d like you to come along for the ride. If you’re a talented digital strategist or account manager looking for a new career challenge in 2018, drop us a line now. Likewise, if you’re a higher education provider looking to work with an agile, results-driven digital agency, please get in touch to discuss what you need. We’d love to hear from you.

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