OSK takes part in campaign “Mach was draus”
For young talents, agencies often are a blank sheet, they just don’t have any clear idea about. The campaign “Mach was draus”, which was initiated by the GPRA and which Oliver Schrott Kommunikation participates in, wants to fill this white sheet and to awaken the interest of young talents. Because: the work in an agency is diverse, challenging, creative and surprising.
The white sheet is a symbol of the beginning of a creative process, of the starting point of each idea – be it for corporate design, a Facebook campaign or simply for a good text.
600 agencies will take part for the kick-off of the campaign on May 17th, 2017, all united through the communications associations BVDW, CMF, FAMAB, GWA, GPRA and OMG. The websites of the participating agencies, selected tweets and social media posts show nothing but a white screen and on it in the right bottom corner, the text: “Mach was draus – komm in die Agentur” (Make something out of it – explore the agency).
Another part of the campaign is the “Agency surfing”. Successful applicants can do six internships in twelve weeks. That’s six agencies, two weeks per agency and all that in one of these cities: Berlin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Cologne, Munich and Stuttgart. For OSK as participating agency, this means six interns in twelve weeks and hence, the cool opportunity of getting to know a number of “digital natives” in a row.
More information on “Mach was draus” are available on the campaign website: www.komm-in-die-agentur.de