Advertising Marketing Jobs in Louisiana
Job Description Developing, establishing and maintaining marketing strategies to achieve the objectives of the organization. Manager effectively the marketing activities including overage brand image, promotions, advertisements, client communications, sales support, digital media support and public relations of the company. Evaluates market conditions, customer research, competitor data and imple...
Entry Level Event Planning Assistant We are a leading retail event based marketing and promotional advertising company in the New Orleans area. We have recently acquired new clients and now represent products in the Audio, Automotive, Health & Wellness, and Beauty & Cosmetics Industries. Due to our expansion we are currently looking to fill 3-5 Entry Level Marketing Assistant Positions Duties In...
Event Coordinators - ENTRY LEVEL We are looking for Competitive Individuals to fill Entry Level positions in marketing, advertising, and public relations for our expanding firm. The right individual will love the thrill of a challenge and thrive in a high energy, fast-paced environment. An Entry Level Event Coordinator receives complete and individualized hands-on training in each division of ou...
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