Campaign Collective

Campaign Collective wins Tomorrow’s Engineers Week brief

Campaign Collective, a social enterprise providing comms advice to not-for-profit organisations and campaigners, has been appointed to support the fifth Tomorrow’s Engineers Week following a competitive pitch.

The agency will handle social media content, media relations and PR and events support for the week, which will run from 6-10 November.

It is also responsible for delivering a toolkit of ideas to help employers, professional bodies, universities, schools and individuals to take part in it.

EngineeringUK is leading the partnership that will deliver Tomorrow’s Engineers Week as it shows young people how they can turn their ideas, passions and dreams into engineering careers.

“Our members have a long track record of working on skills campaigns and have long felt that the lifesaving and game changing work of engineers has been under-represented in campaigns,” said Simon Francis, founder member of Campaign Collective. “Tomorrow’s Engineers Week 2017 is a chance to put this right.”

Beth Elgood, director of communications at EngineeringUK, added: “Over 300 employers and professional bodies from across the engineering community have been invited to join universities, schools and individuals in this week-long drive to inspire the next generation of engineers.

“Campaign Collective will bring plenty of experience and creativity to the week.”

To get involved with Tomorrow’s Engineers Week, visit its website and download the ideas toolkit.

  • Pictured: A young engineer from EngineeringUK’s ‘From Idea To Career’ guide
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