Client Engagement Partner

  • Christchurch

Are you known for building deep and trusted relationships with your clients?

Libby & Ben is a brand solutions agency. We work with brands to develop or enhance their identities and communications by crafting solutions for our clients that connect deeply with their customers. With established studios in Auckland and Christchurch, it’s an exciting time to be part of our vision to become New Zealand’s most engaged brand partner.

In this newly created role, you will be responsible for building and enhancing trusted relationships across our growing client base. There’s more to this role than your typical account management function, in that you will need to learn about our wide variety of clients from the inside out, support their ambitions and be empowered to make this position your own.

Your day-to-day focus will be supporting our clients and translating their requirements back into our studio and creative team. Ensuring the final solution you share back exceeds their expectations.

You will have a talent for spotting opportunities that develop true partnerships with our clients versus being a transactional supplier, where we help grow their business alongside ours.

In addition to an experienced background of working in creative agencies, your reputation will be one of an expert listener and communicator. You will aim to hit the mark first time when balancing client expectations with creative opportunity, with the goal to deliver solutions that are creatively excellent but ensure commercial outcomes.

You will have outstanding interpersonal skills and will ideally have a strong local network. This is an opportunity for you to become part of an agency that has built a very strong reputation in Canterbury over the past six years. We are not complacent about what we have achieved, instead we have a clear vision and belief of what we can achieve in the future. As a growing business, you will want to grow with us and be supported by an encouraging environment where we celebrate success along the journey.

Interested to know more?  Apply online or contact Brien Keegan on 027 699 8509 or brien@sproutnz.com to find out more.


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