6 June 2018

Europe agent promotion fund winners

Four creative and innovative projects from agents across Europe were selected for ENZ Europe’s 2018 Agent Promotion Fund.

Four creative and innovative projects from agents across Europe were selected for ENZ Europe’s 2018 Agent Promotion Fund.

Content: Olga Elli, ENZ’s Education Marketing Manager – Europe, said the fund of 2,500 EUR supports creative and innovative projects that promote New Zealand as a world-leading study destination.

“We received a number of really exciting proposals from agents across Germany, Italy, Spain and France,” said Olga.

“While only four agents were awarded funding to implement their ideas, it’s encouraging to see the enthusiasm and creativity in this market from agents eager to send students to New Zealand for an excellent education experience.”

The winners of the 2018 Agent Promotion Fund are:

Hausch & Partner (Germany)Hausch and Partners Logo3

This agent will use funding to support the Kiwi-Cup Hockey Tournament in Hamburg in June, which more than 300 students aged 11-14 years old attend. Hausch & Partner believe that education and sports have always been a winning combination, and that this tournament is a great opportunity to promote New Zealand to these students.

LAE logoLAE (Italy)

This agent will implement a digital promotion package via Facebook, LinkedIn and a New Zealand blog. As a new agent promoting New Zealand, they have found that online campaigns offer some of the best results and conversions in the Italian market.

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Francaustralia (France)

This agent will implement a digital promotion campaign in France through social media channels, newsletters and alumni stories. They plan to use ENZ key messages to promote the significant benefits that students can gain from studying in the New Zealand education system.

study nelson logo overall2Study Nelson (Germany)

Under the title “Please don’t disturb – I’m already in New Zealand!”, this virtual reality project will introduce VR headsets to their stands at the 45 international education fairs they attend in Germany each year.

 

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