Jossle Action Marketing Makes College Better
Jossle Action Marketing
Imagine a flash mob of sales reps at any campus of your choice. Wishful thinking? Not with Jossle it isn’t.
Jossle is an innovative, action marketing company made for college students by college students.
Started by a group of Babson College entrepreneurs, Jossle allows any college student to acquire free
branded gear (t-shirts, hoodies, laptop stickers etc.) while letting select students gain valuable, real-life
work experience through strategizing and marketing for companies that are interested in targeting the
In addition to serving as an invaluable source of hands on marketing experience for college students,
Jossle also serves as the easiest and most effective way for businesses to market their brands amongst
the extremely large and ever changing college demographic. Jossle does this by utilizing our highly
skilled and professional marketing teams at all of our partner campuses.
Branding itself as “The New Hustle,” the venture is designed for
everyone involved to win, especially the college students who
not only have the chance to earn themselves money, but are
guaranteed free gear! The venture employs special usage of QR
codes on clothing which will bring the scanning party to a
possible discount of a Qdoba burrito or Apple iPod and is
making headway in its very early stages. Thanks to such media
coverage as BostInno (http://bostinno.com/2012/09/26/jossle-free-qr-coded-app), Jossle
has really been able to expand and grow at a rapid pace. Among
aware Josslers, they know that if you see the QR code, it must
Currently, Jossle is running a beta campaign with company
HaveAGeek.com. The campaign is currently has already ran at Babson
College and as part of the campaign a free Kindle Fire was
given away to the competition winner (https://www.facebook.com/josslegear).
The campaign will now begin at Wellesley College today!
To Learn more about Jossle or to learn ways to become involved as a campus rep and make your college better visit the website (http://jossle.org/ ).