Here’s a great opportunity for an Account Director to join one of Sydney’s best boutique design, brand & packaging agencies!
This agency boasts some of the best brands in the business combined with a buzzing agency culture. Consistently creating stunning identities, they always keep their clients happy and pick up numerous awards along the way!
In your role as Account Director, you will be working on some outstanding accounts – working with some of the best folk in the business!
Your ambition, big smile, natural leadership & interpersonal skills will really set you apart from your peers, as will your solid budgeting skills, confident communication and multi-tasking capabilities.
To be successful in this role you will have 6+ years design agency experience and know how to cultivate strong client relationships. With a clear passion for design and a solid understanding of all design channels, this could be your chance to join a truly dedicated team.
A simple realisation that the marriage of strategic brand thinking and world class design were noticeably absent from the market, lead to the birth of this amazing agency.
They are fortunate enough to be partnering with truly iconic brands, global and local, working across both hemispheres.
Call Andy on +64 21 735 655, or Sarah on +64 21 050 2507 or send your CV to email@example.com. Please quote vacancy no: 5074SP.
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Hubris, pure and simple.
To add to this. How can a company in the broadcast and digital sectors that's casually bringing in $928m annually, have one of the worst digital experiences out there? It's like Fred Flintstone and his mates are running the show.
Auto-playing rollovers are not an innovation and they sure don't enhance branding. Please unplug them...
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