Raptor is known for its ability track down the thought leaders and trailblazers of generation Z. These guys are savvy, confident individuals with extensive knowledge of their university territory and are hugely influential over the rest of their peers.
Due to the somewhat guerilla nature of their role, you might like to know the low down on what these guys get up and perhaps see it’s something for you…
So, ahead of the new university year commencing in September we asked some of our brightest and best students on the job what they thought of the Raptor Brand Ambassador Experience.
Meet Sarah Crawford (Deliveroo), Tom Storey (SoundCloud) and Holly Fisher, a Liverpool University student who worked on the Bumble campaign as a Bumble Honey. After winning the ‘Ambassador of the Year” award and achieving the most downloads in one campaign Holly and the Liverpool team have won an all expenses trip to the White Isle of Ibiza, congratulations girls!
This is what they had to say:
How were you recruited?
Nice, why is that?
‘What did the role involve?’
‘What benefits did you get out of working with the client?’
One of the highlights of the job was running and attending club nights, as part of the ‘Roo Rescue’ campaign, where we promoted the brand through taking pictures with giant photo-frames, stamping hands and giving out free merchandise such as t-shirts and free food vouchers.
‘Would you recommend the brand ambassador program to younger students? And why?’
‘Is it fun?’
‘Would you tell future employers about us?’
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