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How can Not Going To Uni help you reach your early careers recruitment targets?

Updated: Jan 12

2023 was a very successful year for Not Going To Uni, and we are heading into 2024 as a multi-award winning agency! We are looking forward to continuing building strong client partnerships and improving all of our services to ensure we are delivering high-quality early careers recruitment campaigns.


NGTU Create


Our production agency focuses on providing professional and creative content led solutions for employers looking to attract early careers talent. The services within this arm of the business include:


Content shoot productions

If your company struggles with asset creation, our team can run content shoot days, to include everything from planning, shooting and editing, to film high quality recruitment videos. These can then be used on YouTube, Meta, Instagram, TikTok, Snapchat and more! No matter the location, we can travel anywhere in the country to film your content. 


Podcasts/Vidcasts


We all know the popularity of podcasts and vidcasts with Gen Z and with this in mind, we have seen a rise in the demand for this production service as part of our NGTU Create offering. The team have  produced a number of podcasts and vidcasts for different clients over the past year, with lots more in the pipeline. The Create team can put together a podcast series just for you, it can be used to promote your opportunities, share inspirational stories, offer advice etc, the choice is yours! It’s a great way to engage with young people and even if they miss an episode, it will be available to listen on demand!


Livestream Series

Tap into key events in your calendar by running live stream sessions. Answer key questions on the minds of your audience - live and on-demand. Last year, we hosted many live streams for our clients and partners. Not only do we run the live stream, but our Marketing team runs marketing campaigns to promote it before, during and after, which can include paid social advertising, influencer marketing, email marketing and organic social media.


NGTU Social


NGTU Social is a big part of what we do, as there are roughly 57.6 million active social media users in the UK. Engaging through these platforms enables us to reach a wider audience, which can lead to strong results and conversion rates if we are putting the right content out there. We can set up paid advertising on Meta, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, Google, YouTube and TikTok, with a budget that works for you. If your company doesn’t have the time or struggles to put the assets together, we can also do this part for you too.


NGTU Inspire


Recruiting the next generation of talent is a constant challenge for businesses. One innovative approach that has gained significant traction in recent years is using influencers for Gen Z recruitment.


Our Gen Z network/influencers are primed to take and turn around briefs to create content quickly that will reach their followers. Because they're part of the NGTU network, they are well placed to provide career influence on TikTok, YouTube and Instagram.


Advertise your opportunities on our website


We’ve recently launched a new website, so you have the best experience possible when advertising your early career opportunities with us. Lots of new features have been added for you to utilise to get the most out of our jobs board:


  • The ability to create a ‘register your interest’ section on your profile to collect data from students when you don't have any jobs live. Students will get added to your ‘talent pool’ when filling this out.

  • Better data / number availability and access for statistics.

  • Improved search functions to ensure students find your roles with ease.


There is so much you can do with us to reach your targets, take a look at our media deck to see everything that is possible.


If you want to work with a multi-award winning agency or have any questions about our services, please contact us by emailing info@notgoingtouni.co.uk or calling us on 0203 691 2800.

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