Digital Sponsorship of the Biggest Student Event in the UK

Digital Sponsorship of the Biggest Student Event in the UK

The Student Lock-In is the largest student events tour in the UK, attracting over 500,000 students nationwide since its inception in 2010. With 24 events throughout 2014, they attracted approximately 8.5% of the entire UK undergraduate population; all of which registered online at StudentLockIn.com as part of the event sign up process.

Digital sponsorship puts your brand directly in front of student eyes nationwide; allowing you the chance to dramatically raise brand awareness and gain widespread exposure to the UK’s student population.

Association with a trusted brand like the Student Lock-In also provides your brand instant credibility as a student friendly company, while helping to establish a fun and youthful brand attitude and maintaining relevancy within the student demographic; making the site the perfect avenue to showcase a featured product, event or service to this highly impressionable market.

The Student Lock-In has previously featured major brands such as Pot Noodle, Red Bull, Desperados, Pure Gym, Capital FM, Virgin Media, 2k Games and O2 Academy – among many others.

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