I currently work for a large university and will possibly be relocating as my fiance has just received a job offer from a company in Atlanta. Most of my experience is in special events / marketing / communications. I would love to find a job with a local college or university in Atlanta or would be open to working really anywhere. :)
I'm willing to take an administrative job that incorporates my skills (event planning, marketing, etc.) if necessary.
How is the job market in Atlanta? Do you think I'll struggle to find a job?
I have worked for the same IT company for 8 years. I have has two salary raises of £50 per month and £100 per month. I am the marketing department in that I have to do everything, events, marketing plans, pr, funding, networking, go up and down the country and so on. I take home £1300 a month after deductions.
My appraisal is coming up but if the sales team salaries are not risen, then the chance of them getting sales from following my campaigns are low. I would move if I could...but they are likely to say if I don't like it, go..I would just like to be paid something close to what the job actually is. not what management think it is....so - any advice?
I've been in finance for about 5 years and realized it's not for me. I am making a transition into marketing and two opportunities have come up: one at an agency for extremely low pay and one at a corporation for pay close to what I was making but it's specifically in Event marketing. I'm not sure what would be better in the long run to begin a new career path in marketing. Can anyone with experience provide any advice or things I should think about? I would appreciate it. Thanks!
I manage event marketing tours. In 2006, I managed tours for 4 different companies. I spent a total of 241 days on the road. What amount can I deduct for hotels and meals? Also, are there deductions besides laundry & cell phone that I should be thinking of?
2 companies paid using a 1099 and 2 companies paid using a W-2. I do not have receipts, but I have contracts with all companies and my tour routing schedules to prove I was away from home & paying for meals/hotels for 241 days. I was all across the country...is there a set IRS amount that I can write off no matter where I was at in the country? I have all of my cell phone receipts which was used for business about 90?f the time.
I am graduating in May 2009, with a Marketing degree. I am very interested in event marketing, but I don't know many entry level jobs in that area. should I just look at assistant event planner type jobs?
if anyone knows companies is any big cities (sf, chicago, ny, austin) that would be great. thank you!
I have a lot of experience in event sponsorship sales and event marketing. I'd really love to work with a performing arts organization (ballet, opera, etc), media company (like Turner Broadcasting), or an ad/PR agency in some capacity. I am available to relocate anywhere in the U.S. Any leads? Please, don't tell me to go to Careerbuilder and Monster. I am networking to find an actual person within an organization that may be able to guide me in the right direction. I shall appreciate any suggestions. Thanks!
I just recently graduated college with a BBA degree in marketing. Now I am out on the market looking for a good job. I really want to work in either a.) the sports industry, football, baseball, basketball, anything or b.) a career that involves a lot of travel, hopefully something around event marketing. However, both of these markets are very hard to enter into or you need a lot of previous experience. Is there anyone out there that has any connections or advice / tips on how they got started in sports marketing industry or an events marketing job with lots of travel? Thank-you ... anything you have to say about this would be helpful.
I am currently looking for a job in the events planning market in or around NYC. I am graduating in May with a BA in Music, and would love to incorporate that with my talents- planning and leading. I am a person who has innovative ideas and knows how to make them a reality. I am running into a issue with my job search, mostly because I am having a hard time pinpointing exactly the position I am looking for, and what the position is called. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
I dream of working for a music band, either in events, or marketing or playing on scene..Do I have to ask the music agent first? How should I proceed? A have a few bands in mind, some more or less famous..
Major bands must have a lot of logistics and support people and funds I guess. Should I ask Warner and other major music corporations that have contracts with these bands rather?
I'm a marketing professional with 3-5 years of marketing experience including event, street team, trade show, campus, promotional, liquor, and online marketing. I'm seeking a full time, entry-level/associate/experienced career in the Chicago area. Do you have any unknown sites to try besides the typical Craigslist/Monster/Careerbuilder, etc? Any other job-hunting tips from someone successful? Thanks!
I have a degree in bcom with majors economics and marketing. What jobs should i be applying for? And what type of companies/sector should i apply in?
No experience needed and full training provided for a rather impressive pay. What sort of things would you be doing in this type of job ?
I am desperately seeking a new career and after completing a marketing certificate at The Wharton School, I would really like to pursue something in the marketing field. My experience has been in higher education administration, working with students, and planning events for both students and alumni. I'm looking for advice on how to best market my skills, abilities and enthusiasm to try and break into the marketing world.
I am a senior double majoring in Communication and Recreation, Sport, and Tourism. I have had a summer internship with NBCUniversal, but want to focus more on the Recreation and Travelling aspect of my degree.
I LOVE traveling and my dream job would be to get paid to travel or go on roadtrips. I love meeting new people, emerging myself in new cultures, and working with others. I am outgoing, fun, and a very big people-person.
I am looking for any crazy/wild/fun job ANYWHERE that is PAID. I am interested in extreme sports, traveling, roadtrips, event planning, marketing, recreation, leisure, etc. I want to gain experience in the field. If anyone has any ideas or suggestions I would greatly appreciate them.
Ideas: Wounded Warrior Project, Red Frog Events, Spartan Race, Truth.com, buzzfeed, TOMS shoes, anything non-profit as well (anything similar/related would be awesome)
Type of company: consumer products - same set up as Avon catalog delivery
Duties: marketing admin, catalog developing, a lot of design work, events plus usual marketing duties
Important info - only people in The marketing team would be myself (3days) and other marketing assistant (2 days) - a lot more responsibility than a usual marketing assistant.
Im really wanting to work for a radio station doing promotions or be like an event coordinator, would a marketing degree be suitable for those careers? what other jobs can you get with a marketing degree? is there a wide variety? Thanks!
I'm applying for a job and they say the do "event based marketing" and I just wanted to know what exactly does that mean.
I am moving to melbourne on a work holiday visa. I have a year but I would ideally want to get a job in marketing/public relations/promotion event planning. Are these kind of jobs available? If so what are the biggest names out there in terms of firms/companies. Also, I am well aware that I might have to perhaps apply as an intern and work for free for the experience, and then get a part time job to support myself. Does this sound realistic?
What is correct name for professional in Marketing who monitoring Demand in a market on particular products and must do all possible to increase it ? For example company introducing new product or wants to increase a demand for any current product, and I think it must be a person who responsible for demand increase, who controlls it? I would like to know correct name for this profession in Marketing.
P.S. I am currently Marketing Management course student and this is what I am interested in to do in future.
Many thanks to you all who gives me an answer.
I'm getting my degree in marketing and would love to work in the music industry. Working with concerts/festivals would be ideal.
I'm getting my degree in marketing and am looking to work in the music industry. Working with concerts/festivals is what I am interested in. How would one get a job like this?