Graduate Account Executive | £24K | AdTech Start-up | Central London

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£24,000 (per annum)
Apply by:
5th January 2019
Start date:
Job type:
Graduate job

Our client is a Digital Advertising Technology company that is helping publishers and advertising networks to combat advertising fraud and identify trends in advertising.

This is a start-up company that has built the most advanced in-app and desktop advertising verification technology to address the biggest topic in digital advertising. The aim is to cut advertising fraud and increase advertising engagement.

This is a graduate job offering up to £24K + commission per annum.

How you can expect to spend your day:

You'll be leading the charge across the accounts team managing relationships with global brands, helping them to identify opportunities to increase revenues and weed out malicious and detrimental advertising.

A key component of the role will be getting involved in the implementation of the company's sales and marketing strategy including but not limited to sales outreach, developing marketing collateral and industry thought pieces.

This is an exciting time to join our successful start-up business with huge growth potential and as a result you'll get the opportunity to grow with us.

Supervising the execution of client coverage and expansion

Analysing and delivering summaries to clients

Managing and supporting accounts

Establishing strong relationships with clients

Engaging with new clients and onboarding them

The ideal candidate's personality and qualifications:

1+ year account management experience

A driven individual with a solution-based mentality

Exceptional written and analytical skills

Friendly and well organised

Experience working within digital advertising or publishing

Data driven with strong excel skills

Data analysis experience

What are the perks of working at this company?

Basic: TBD Based on Experience

Uncapped commission

Massive career progression

Free Beers, Soft Drinks, Table Tennis, Retro Gaming, Bike storage

Travel to San Francisco

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