An education marketing agency that cuts through the complexity.

If you need an education marketing agency to help you navigate complex routes to market, stay front-of-mind during long application processes, or market to students and parents with diverse priorities, the last thing you need is more complications.

By combining strategy, creativity and dependability, we cut through the complexity to deliver engaging marketing communications.

Welcome to Lesniak Swann. Making the complex, easy.

Our Background

We’re an integrated education marketing agency highly experienced in delivering relevant and engaging work for many education clients, including universities, colleges, sixth forms, professional training and adult learning providers.

Several members of our team have worked client-side in college and university marketing and web departments, winning HEIST awards along the way, so we know the education sector inside-out and back-to-front.

Our Work

Over the years we’ve developed brand identities, produced prospectuses, launched recruitment campaigns and built highly technical websites for our education clients. Working alongside internal marketing teams, we’ve researched student needs to create work that is insightful and delivers a significant return on investment.

Outstanding Results

In our time, we’ve doubled Open Day enquiries, elicited 14% response rates from direct mail, and managed to reduce one client’s marketing budget by £200,000 through incredibly effective campaigns.

Our Work

Digital advertising: Search, Social and Display Digital advertising: Search, Social and Display

PPC and Facebook ads drive 1,038 leads.

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Staffordshire University website system Staffordshire University website system

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Stoke on Trent College Stoke on Trent College

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A global digital platform for licensees.

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Thea Pharmaceuticals Thea Pharmaceuticals

Ongoing marketing communications

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