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"Amazing" Account Executive

Company Name:
MSCO
Westchester's fastest growing marketing and business consulting firm is looking to hire a Account Executive.
Prominent marketing firm seeking Account Executive with a love of growing businesses and a desire to succeed in an entrepreneurial culture. Strong writing, branding and copy skills, fluent in e-marketing and eager to play an important role in a proven company with a strong track record. Report to the CEO.
3-5 years experience required. A Master's Degree or MBA preferred. This will be a rewarding experience with high growth potential for the right candidate.
MSCO specializes in developing marketing strategies that align with our client's business goals. We serve start-up, small, medium and Fortune 500 companies across a diverse array of industries. Our CEO wrote the Business Week bestseller and our guiding philosophy, "Your Marketing Sucks." We believe that marketing must drive and generate revenue; as such we are highly focused on Return On Investment. We work closely with C-level executives to effect meaningful change throughout an organization. We spend time with client businesses to determine their needs, identify opportunities, develop an integrated marketing strategy (which may include branding, advertising, internet marketing, direct response and public relations) and execute the various deliverables. We are a full service firm, with an in-house public relations and creative teams.
The perks of working at MSCO:
Hands on work experience
Unlimited Soda, Water and Coffee
Gym on the premises
Hair salon
Keybank with ATMosk Store
Full Service Cafeteria
Free Parking
Please send your resume to Monica Hughes at . If you are right for the position, you will be called in for an interview.


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