CAMPUS Live and communicate! Mainz are cooperating
During the summer semester 2009 CAMPUS Live will start offering for the first time on the Internet various services for students, universities and companies, satisfying the basic needs of students.
To ensure a good start, CAMPUS Live is currently looking for strong partners such as universities, small businesses and student initiatives, participating actively in the platform.
CAMPUS Live and communicate! pursue the same goal. Both provide an "intermediary" for the three target groups, in order to make students fit for real life and to create an exciting study environment.
The cooperation includes for communicate! free use of the platform www.campuslive.eu by maintaining a "Company Profile" to make contact with students. This can be used by communicate! to inform dedicated students with practical and exciting experiences in the areas of marketing and media, for example, through forums and blogs but also with the help of podcasts.
CAMPUS Live promotes practical experience and provides for student initiatives, universities and businesses through an internet platform the possibility of efficient communication. These groups have the opportunity to be partners of students and to win them for the common goal of exchanging information.
Company Profile: www.campuslive.eu - a Web-2.0-platform as all-in-one solution for students, as a management tool for universities and as a digital marketing tool for small and medium enterprises. To meet the individual needs of these three target groups, CAMPUS Live has developed a locally focused approach, satisfying the need for time management, money saving, information and communication. In addition, the use of mobile services via LBS (Location Based Services) technology has the goal to establish CAMPUS Live as a daily partner for students.
Hilmar von Tippelskirch
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