• Exciting futuristic company
• Dynamic role
• Huge growth opportunities
Wow! This opportunity is not only exciting, it also offers endless growth potential for a talented, ambitious Account Executive/Account Manager or Marketing Assistant – the role is dynamic, fast moving and has loads of variety. If you are seeking a multifaceted role with heaps of opportunity to work on a range of exciting projects – this is it!
Work in a company that is leading the world in its vision and services, whilst working alongside a seasoned marketing professional
Experience in managing digital/social projects will be essential, as is the ability to work across a broad spectrum of integrated marketing projects.
If you are keen to learn from the best, get involved in some exciting/futuristic projects this role has it all! You will need to have strong project management skills, a desire to learn and a passion to be involved in doing great work. The opportunities to grow are endless and there is a guaranteed pathway for future promotions. If you are ambitious, smart and want to really turbo charge your career – call us!
Really nice follow-up. People gonna love it.
Joyful? I'm struggling to find any. Did you mean to write 'awful'?
Great write-up, Carl. Bang on.
Yes it is in growth but significantly behind Speight's Summit val growth yoy
DB Export is about the only NZ brand beer in growth I believe....
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