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2 months ago
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Salary: £29000 per annum
Location: West London
Job type: Permanent
Contact: Willow Oxford
Sector: Client Side / In-house
Category: Marketing Executive
A leading events company is seeking a Senior Marketing Executive to take complete ownership over the marketing campaigns for one of the organisation's key events. You will have the opportunity to take leadership on multi-channel marketing campaigns, with unrivalled progression opportunities for the right candidate. 

Responsibilities of the Senior Marketing Executive
  • Developing marketing and creative collateral to support event promotion. 
  • Working with external agencies to manage advertising campaigns, organising bookings and plans where necessary.
  • Managing event social media channels and event websites. 
  • Maintaining media relationships and partnerships.
  • Working with the sales and sponsorship teams to ensure that sponsorship activities are handled correctly. 
  • Working with external creative agencies and photographers where necessary.
  • Formulating marketing campaigns to drive ticket sales for events.
Requirements of the Senior Marketing Executive
  • A minimum of 2 years' experience in marketing within events is a key requirement.
  • Experience developing marketing plans to drive ticket sales is strongly desirable. 
  • Strong digital marketing skills are essential for this position. 

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