Idea Generation Session with Good Agency
How do you get busy people to do something good for charity?
We’re looking for the next great idea to turn in to a mass participation activity. We’ve had moustaches, we’ve had dryathlons – what’s next?
We’re looking for twelve 18-25 year olds to come in to our office to take part in an idea generation session for a very well-known charity on 2nd September.In the session we’ll be delving in to trends and culture to examine what makes people tick, and most importantly coming up with lots of ideas. All that thinking sound like hard work, don’t fear we’ll keep your brains fuelled with snacks and drinks.
This is a great opportunity to see how agencies take insight to start generating great creative, work with team members across different disciplines, and to help create the next big thing to change the world for better. If any of the ideas you create are selected by the client to be taken forward into development, we will get the person/team that came up with it back in to work with us on a short internship to help the team at GOOD further develop this into a fundraising event.
If you’re interested, apply via the link on the right, attach your CV and write a brief answer to this question: What one thing have you spotted lots of people doing in the last 12 months, and why do you think they are doing it?
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University of West London
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