Norwegian Business School Flying Start

Getting ahead in the world of business is something that doubtlessly needs a spark of innovation and a determined nature but it also extremely important to learn from the best and we’ve just stumbled across a project from the Norwegian Business School called Flying Start which gives one lucky student the chance to get their business career off to a flier.

The Norwegian School of Business might not be the first thing you think of when it comes to leading institutions but in terms of innovative campaigns, this Flying Start one will be difficult to top. In a nutshell, it entails the pre-selection of one student prior to their autumn semester and giving them the sort of promotion that money just can’t buy (well, it can but it would take quite a bit of money) which includes billboards, magazine spread, newspaper adverts and a short documentary about the one lucky student.

The biggest business school in Scandinavia and, in fact, the second largest in all of Europe, the Norwegian School of Business is definitely well positioned to offer such a cool opportunity to a student and we here at Coolector HQ would love this sort of promotion for ourselves. Check out the video below to see more about this fantastic promotion campaign:





The business of self promotion is something that is crucial to get ahead in the world of commerce and this superb endeavour from the Norwegian School of Business really showcases how important this can be. Creating some considerable buzz about the institution this Flying High campaign has definitely made the Norwegian School of Business an even more attractive proposition than it already is.

Devised due to a lack of awareness of just how excellent the courses and tuition at the Norwegian School of Business is, the Flying High campaign is and how cosmopolitan their demographic is with over 100 nationalities represented amongst their student ranks. A thoroughly impressive marketing campaign and one we can really get behind here at Coolector HQ.

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