What you will know about Bauer Media New Zealand is our brands – Woman's Day, NZ Woman's Weekly, NEXT, The Australian Women's Weekly, HOME, The Listener, North & South, Metro, Property Press, AutoTrader, and many more. What you may not know - we are a diverse, fast moving, constantly evolving multi – platform media business with over 350 people, all bringing their passion and creativity together in order to produce great products that inspire others.
In fact, Bauer was one of the fastest growing digital publishers in 2016 with marketing leading brands focusing around New Zealanders points of passion such as Noted, Now to Love, FQ, Food to Love and Homes to Love. In fact we are now inspiring over 1 million visitors across our sites and over 1.2 million through our Social channels on a monthly basis.
The foundation has been laid for Digital growth and we are looking for a Digital Sales Manager to continue the great momentum we have developed in the marketplace with our Agencies and Clients. We are looking for a Digital hotshot who can maximise sales opportunities for advertising clients through coaching, leadership, direction and support. You will be working closely with the Client and Commercial brand teams to enhance Bauer’s digital revenue position and reputation in the market. You will ensure revenue targets are met through delivering proactive product initiatives and campaign programmes. You’ll also be focused on client opportunities, customer service delivery, market share and revenue growth.
Our candidate will work closely with the Editorial, Marketing and our award winning content solutions team The Media Collective.
What's in it for you? Aside from providing a dynamic working environment with some of New Zealand’s biggest media brands and offering great career prospects, you'll be working alongside really cool people in our really cool building at City Works Depot. Not only that, we have free Nespresso and sparkling water for everyone. Nuf said.
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Abolustely gutted to see Paul go, he’s been an awesome leader at 99 and bought a great vibe to the agency. He will no doubt smash it on his next endeavour and I wish him all the best, they are ...
What a loss for 99, but I’m sure Troy will carry on your good work. A true advertising legend and an agent of change leaving before the fruits of his labour are fully realised. Best of luck Paul in your ...
No mention of Ali Mau? I would hope Mediaworks are - at the very least - retaining her as a fill-in presenter for any of the key roles?
Sounds great; I'm looking forward to the new channel. Congratulations to Three for their much deserved success in the ratings.
Predictable, safe and vanilla. Will be forgotten pretty quickly I suspect.
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