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A publishing sales role with a difference… we’re looking for a smart Advertising Sales Manager who understands the power of content-driven communications over traditional advertising formats. As Sales Manager for this independent publishing group, you will take responsibility for two business-to-business titles which offer both print and digital revenue opportunities.
Our well known, CBD-based, award-winning PR agency, needs a Senior Account Manager-level pro to work on some iconic brands. This resourceful agency has insights, social media, creative, planning, and technology teams in place, so you’ll be working with and learning from some extraordinary talent.
Our client is a burgeoning (read that as small) creative agency that works at the intersection of advertising, design and events. With key projects around water-sports and associated industries. They develop industry-leading strategies to reach existing and potential customers, in the process generating tangible results.
One of the country’s busiest and growing independent agency’s needs a seasoned, senior client service lead. We’re after a world class pro with proven relationship management skills to lead a tight knit team, working with well-known and respected owners and wider team members – you’ll be EXTRA client-friendly – you’ll know how to generate client-love, and be someone clients really like too.
This premium Magazine title is looking to appoint a Media Sales Account Manager to manage a significant client portfolio. Having a strong print and digital presence at the premium end of the market requires someone able to build and establish close client relationships whilst driving existing and new revenue across both channels. Being one of the first publishers to realise that social media and digital delivery would become key drivers for continued reader engagement, conversations outside of traditional formats will be a key aspect of the role.