TAFE Queensland Asks ‘Why Wait To Make Great’ Via GPY&R Brisbane

TAFE Queensland Asks ‘Why Wait To Make Great’ Via GPY&R Brisbane
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TAFE Queensland has launched a new Summer enrolment campaign – its first since appointing GPY&R Brisbane to the account following a competitive pitch.

The new campaign is built around the theme of ‘Why Wait to Make Great?’ and is rolling out now across digital, social, outdoor, television and cinema.

The campaign extends TAFE Queensland’s positioning statement ‘Make Great Happen’ and demonstrates to prospective students how the TAFE brand is relevant to them, how TAFE Queensland can help them find a way to get the job they want, and why they should take action right now.

TAFE Queensland CEO Jodi Schmidt said the campaign was an honest portrayal of TAFE training and exploration of the subject areas on offer.

“TAFE Queensland doesn’t have an awareness problem – everyone knows who we are, what we want the market to know is the diversity and excellence of our course offering,” she said.

“The start of the year is a critical time, particularly for young people – they are looking to make a start in their career, and this campaign will assist them in this decision making process.  It will show them that TAFE Queensland can help them achieve greatness – whatever this looks like to them.

“Your first job is important, and that’s why we need to provide compelling reasons and an urgency for people to choose TAFE Queensland. GPY&R Brisbane have done a great job at getting that across for our Summer campaign.”

Andrew Thompson, executive creative director at Y&R Group Brisbane,  added that during the creation of the campaign the agency was blown away by what they had discovered behind the scenes at TAFE Queensland.

“This is our first campaign that will begin to demonstrate the reality of the training and facilities on offer – delivered in a raw hands-on way, just like the brand promises. For this execution, we wanted to ask what are you waiting for?  Don’t put it off – do it right now,” he said.

The cinema spot and TVC’s were directed by Justin McMillan through Taxi Films.

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