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School of Skill launches maiden campaign 'Invest in yourself' to encourage professionals

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School of Skill launches maiden campaign 'Invest in yourself' to encourage professionals

School of Skill, the online skill based education marketplace in India of SKILLSdox Inc, has rolled out its first advertising campaign centred on ‘Never Stop Growing’. The influential new campaign highlights the power of being able to acquire the skills one wants at any time in their life and careers.

The month long drive will debut across digital and print platforms highlighting the idea of investing in yourself and not let any factors hinder your growth.

Launched in February this year, School of Skill’s vision is to improve the quality of life around the world through flexible and quality online education, made available to anyone and anywhere. The campaign launched is targeted at working professionals across management, business and IT industries encouraging them to invest in themselves by enhancing their vocational education and skill-sets. The company’s belief in the power to rise above through education accentuates in the campaigns and positions skill development as a worthy pursuit.

Bradley Loiselle, CEO, School of Skill said, “We strongly believe that every individual should keep on fuelling their career and never stop growing. We think India has a huge requirement to skill up its population to meet the ever-growing job markets not only within India, but also around the world. With this campaign, we are aiming to encourage everyone to invest in themselves and also instil awareness on online education.”


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