Our client, a creative communication agency based in the heart of Mount Maunganui are well known and respected leaders in the Bay of Plenty region. This collective of passionate people have an impressive portfolio of full service marketing and creative projects under their belt, produced for their expanding list of clients. This newly developed role encompasses the best of both worlds, elevating the digital offering at a strategic level within their client account management team. Does this sound like your dream job?
You have at least 5 years agency experience as an account manager, with digital being your point of difference.
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You are a savvy business developer, and are motivated by growing both existing and new client business, it is what makes you an awesome addition to the team.
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Of course you will ….
Be able to hit the ground running, you thrive on the challenge.
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Congratulations, Nigel! All the best - I'm sure it will be an exciting move for you and OMD.
Wow, worst ad i've seen in a looong time. Actually made me cringe.
Well done Nigel, energy and fun and success abounds.
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