Western Academy of Photography is one of the most well-known photography schools in Western Canada. Their graduates make up an impressive Alumni from their photography, photojournalism, and journalism courses. After our sister company, North Studio, built their website, we decided to take a campaign style online advertising approach to their marketing budget with the goals of: increasing awareness and brand recognition, and driving leads for the 2013/14 and 2014/15 school years. The google display and Facebook networks was a perfect fit for the image ads created from some amazing photographs taken by students. The campaign was very successful with a relatively small marketing budget. We look forward to a continued relationship with this great school.
QS organises the largest business education events in the world, the QS World MBA Tour, the QS World Executive MBA Tour and the leading postgraduate studies information event, the QS World Grad School Tour, amongst an extensive product range including print and online publications and software solutions.
Q College, Victoria’s School for Business Technology, is a fully PCTIA-accredited college with StudentAid BC designation. They offer a full range of fast-track, short duration programs targeting niche web and computer related industries, including Drupal, WordPress, internet marketing, social media, Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, QuickBooks and more. Formerly the Victoria School of Business and Technology (VSBT), Q College is committed to continual growth with new programs designed to give students the most current perspective on technology.
Lethbridge College is located two hours south of Calgary, in Lethbridge, Alberta. Their campus sits on a beautifully landscaped 274 acres with a view of the majestic Rocky Mountains. The college offers a wide variety of courses, including health, trades, justice, technologies environmental science and human services, just to name a few. Annually, it has over 4,000 students and gives away $600,000 worth of scholarships. In addition to their main campus in Lethbridge, Lethbridge College has satellite campuses in Fort Macleod, Claresholm, Blairmore, Pincher Creek and at the Lethbridge Correctional Centre.
The University of Delaware Department of Physics and Astronomy (DPA) began as a small teaching department back in 1920. Forty years later, with the construction of the Sharp Laboratory and the development of a doctoral program, the DPA began to grow into a major research department. It blossomed in the next two decades, gaining international recognition for its research on experimental condensed matter physics. The DPA’s early PhD research on atomic, molecular and optical physics afforded graduates diverse employment opportunities. Today, the department houses 86 undergraduate majors, 78 graduate students and obtains $7.3 million per year in research grants.