4
Feb

NEW CAMPAIGN FOR TRANSPORT SCOTLAND

The Union is delighted to announce the launch of the brand new campaign for Transport Scotland, which went live today. The campaign, ‘Smart Travel’, aims to increase awareness of smartcard interoperability in Scotland. One of the primary campaign objectives is to increase the public’s use of smartcards and other forms of ‘smart’ travel, such as contactless and mobile tickets. The campaign follows the soft launch of the Smart Travel website in November 2019. The Union’s brief was to capture the nation’s attention and raise awareness. The Union created a fully integrated campaign including outdoor, radio, press, digital and experiential marketing in busy train stations across the country.

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27
Jan

THERE’S MORE TO CARE THAN CARING

The Scottish Government have launched a national recruitment campaign for Adult Social Care workers, created by The Union. Recruitment pressures for frontline Adult Social Care workers have been rising and vacancies are becoming harder to fill. This campaign aims to raise the profile of a career in Adult Social Care (ASC) and encourage people to apply for a role. The campaign was developed following research with the target audience (aged 22-45, considering a career change) and current workforce employees who suggested that vacancies are difficult to fill due to perceptions of the career.

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20
Jan

AN OPEN CONVERSATION ABOUT PERIODS

The Union has created a new groundbreaking campaign for the Scottish Government to challenge the stigma around periods and encourage greater openness and honesty. The integrated campaign is aimed at 16-24 year olds. The ‘Let’s Call Periods, Periods’ advertising shows how, as a society, we use all kinds of different expressions to avoid using the word ‘periods’, which is, after all, a natural bodily function experienced by more than 50% of the population.

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15
Jan

SCOTLAND STARTS HERE

The Union has launched a new campaign with Midlothian and Borders Tourism Activation Group (MBTAG) to promote the Scottish Borders and Midlothian as a tourist destination. The aim of the campaign is to raise awareness of the region to international and domestic travellers to increase tourism footfall.

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