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Apollo Education Group Inc  (APOL)
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Apollo Education Group Inc's Customers Performance

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APOL's Source of Revenues for the same period Apollo Education Group Inc revnue deteriorated by -17.32 % year on year, sequentially revnue fell by -1.62 %.

List of APOL Customers




for the same period Apollo Education Group Inc revnue deteriorated by -17.32 % year on year, sequentially revnue fell by -1.62 %.

List of APOL Customers




Apollo Education Group Inc's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers



The instructional models used by University of Phoenix are designed specifically to meet the educational needs of working learners, who seek accessibility, curriculum consistency, time and cost-effectiveness, and learning that has immediate application to the workplace. The models are structured to enable students who are employed full-time or have other commitments to earn their degrees and still meet their personal and professional responsibilities. Our focus on working, non-traditional, non-residential students minimizes the need for capital-intensive facilities and services like dormitories, student unions, food service, health care, sports and entertainment.
University of Phoenix has campus locations and learning centers throughout the U.S. and Puerto Rico, and offers students the flexibility to attend both on-campus and online classes. The University’s online classes employ a proprietary online learning system and have mandatory participation requirements for both faculty and students.

University of Phoenix engages in a broad range of advertising and marketing activities to educate students about the options they have in higher learning and convey the University’s value proposition and offerings to connect education to careers. The University is focused on enhancing its brand perception and utilizing different communication channels, which are discussed below, to attract students who are more likely to persist in the University’s programs.

Internet. Many prospective students identify their education opportunities online through search engines, information and social network sites, various education portals on the Internet and school-specific sites such as the University’s phoenix.edu. The University advertises on the Internet using search engine keywords, banners, and custom advertising placements on targeted sites, such as education portals, career sites, and industry-specific websites. The University has reduced its use of third-party operated sites and increased its use of branded media channels because the University believes this approach will help better identify students who are more likely to persist in its educational programs.

Brand. Brand advertising is intended to increase potential students’ understanding of the University’s academic quality, commitment to service, academic outcomes, academic community achievements and connection of education to careers. The University’s brand is advertised primarily through national and regional broadcast, radio, online video, social, and print media. Brand advertising also serves to expand the addressable market and establish brand consideration and familiarity with the University’s colleges and programs on both a national and a local basis.

Relationships with Employers and Community Colleges. As discussed further above, we establish relationships with employers in part to provide the University with a source of potential working learners for particular programs. We also establish relationships with community colleges to connect their graduates with the University’s degree programs and other educational programs.

Sponsorships, Corporate Social Responsibility and Other. The University builds its presence in communities through sponsorships, advertising and event marketing to support specific activities, including local and national career events, academic lecture series, workshops and symposiums on various current topics of interest and through its corporate social responsibility outreach program.


Apollo Education Group Inc's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers


The instructional models used by University of Phoenix are designed specifically to meet the educational needs of working learners, who seek accessibility, curriculum consistency, time and cost-effectiveness, and learning that has immediate application to the workplace. The models are structured to enable students who are employed full-time or have other commitments to earn their degrees and still meet their personal and professional responsibilities. Our focus on working, non-traditional, non-residential students minimizes the need for capital-intensive facilities and services like dormitories, student unions, food service, health care, sports and entertainment.
University of Phoenix has campus locations and learning centers throughout the U.S. and Puerto Rico, and offers students the flexibility to attend both on-campus and online classes. The University’s online classes employ a proprietary online learning system and have mandatory participation requirements for both faculty and students.

University of Phoenix engages in a broad range of advertising and marketing activities to educate students about the options they have in higher learning and convey the University’s value proposition and offerings to connect education to careers. The University is focused on enhancing its brand perception and utilizing different communication channels, which are discussed below, to attract students who are more likely to persist in the University’s programs.

Internet. Many prospective students identify their education opportunities online through search engines, information and social network sites, various education portals on the Internet and school-specific sites such as the University’s phoenix.edu. The University advertises on the Internet using search engine keywords, banners, and custom advertising placements on targeted sites, such as education portals, career sites, and industry-specific websites. The University has reduced its use of third-party operated sites and increased its use of branded media channels because the University believes this approach will help better identify students who are more likely to persist in its educational programs.

Brand. Brand advertising is intended to increase potential students’ understanding of the University’s academic quality, commitment to service, academic outcomes, academic community achievements and connection of education to careers. The University’s brand is advertised primarily through national and regional broadcast, radio, online video, social, and print media. Brand advertising also serves to expand the addressable market and establish brand consideration and familiarity with the University’s colleges and programs on both a national and a local basis.

Relationships with Employers and Community Colleges. As discussed further above, we establish relationships with employers in part to provide the University with a source of potential working learners for particular programs. We also establish relationships with community colleges to connect their graduates with the University’s degree programs and other educational programs.

Sponsorships, Corporate Social Responsibility and Other. The University builds its presence in communities through sponsorships, advertising and event marketing to support specific activities, including local and national career events, academic lecture series, workshops and symposiums on various current topics of interest and through its corporate social responsibility outreach program.








APOL's vs. Customers, Data

(Revenue and Income for Trailing 12 Months, in Millions of $, except Employees)



COMPANY NAME MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Apollo Education Group Inc 0 0 0 39,000
SUBTOTAL 0 0 0 -


       
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