Marketing Eye is a digital marketing agency known for being creative, fun and culture-savvy. From Friday lunches through to innovative ways to engage with employees, Marketing Eye's culture is incredible on many levels. As you would expect from a marketing agency, Marketing Eye has a uber cool office in the heart of South Yarra, Melbourne, Sydney city and Buckhead, Atlanta. We work across a variety of industries and in particular professional services, technology, FMCG, manufacturing, logistics, property and finance. Marketing Eye has also been recognised as one of the best marketing strategy consulting firms in the world and has been named in the "Top 10 Marketing Strategy Consulting Firms in the US".
As such we attract a variety of applicants from marketing and communications backgrounds for positions including Content Co-ordinator, Digital Marketing Assistant, Digital Marketing Co-ordinator, Digital Marketing Executive, Digital Marketing Manager, Digital Marketing Director and others. Our own marketing efforts include the creation of business cards, flyers, posters, signage, and other marketing collateral.
Marketing Eye are looking for a Senior Marketing Executive to join our incredible Melbourne team! We are searching for a hardworking, innovative, creative thinker who has 3 years Marketing experience under their belt.
Marketing Eye is Australia’s most innovative marketing consulting firm where we like to do things a little different to everyone else. Here we have a flat organizational structure, that means – no management. Just a bunch of self-starting, job-sharing millennials that are reaching for the stars.
To find out more about what a career looks like at Marketing Eye, follow the link provided.
The answer is simple: "things that happen in every day life often inspire me."
If the truth be told, the blogs have been few and far between of late because inspiration is being cluttered with real life work, legals and end of financial year in Australia.
Jackson, a talented young guy on a 3-month internship with Marketing Eye asked the question and then followed with, "what do you think of tattoos?"
I had to think - not much. I don't have one myself, but many people do. They don't offend me, nor do I think that it would affect my decision in hiring someone or giving them a promotion, but this is not the case with all organizations it seems.