The Marketing Manager will work closely with the business unit with particular emphasis on client-facing presentation materials as well as ongoing and open communication with existing and potential clients. In addition, the Manager will pitch promotional programs to potential brand and entertainment partners on behalf of Allied clients, such as studios and brands. The Manager will work with the entire team in securing and managing partnerships and executing promotional programs including, but not limited to, acquisition and dissemination of assets needed to develop successful programs, legal needs, and more.
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The attached is a list of all of the new companies that were
added with the new list in late June that didn’t have a direct match already in
salesforce, thus didn’t have a category. As you’re picking your way through
this, use your discretion on a bunch of these. Many of them won’t make sense to
be in the list at all and some might be related to a company already in
Salesforce but were slightly off so they didn’t directly match.
Do quick google search on these companies or
check them out on linkedin to see how they would match our categories in
salesforce and then change them directly in the database. If they don’t seem to
match up or you can’t even figure out what they do, I think it’s safe to just
Previous promotions experience strongly preferred.
Previous coordinator experience required.
Previous entertainment experience preferred.
Education, Professional Training, Technical Training or Certification:
High school diploma or equivalent.
Typing at 50 wpm.
Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint required.
Knowledge of: Fortune 500 and packaged goods companies preferred.
Must have knowledge of file set-up, maintenance, filing procedures, basic math, spelling, grammar, punctuation, English usage, and report & letter formats.
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