In the Account Executive phase, you will learn how to effectively execute an in-store marketing campaign for one of our Fortune 500 Clients. The Account Executive is usually the first line of contact for new and existing customers so a big part of the Account Executive phase is customer service. Once this is learned the Account Executive will help manage their own in-store marketing campaign.
In the Account Manager phase you will be responsible for multiple in-store marketing campaigns throughout the city. The Account Manager will train Account Executives with our award winning system. The Account Managers will also help the company conduct second round interviews and help explain to potential employees what our company does for our Fortune 500 Clients.
The Assistant Manager's responsibilities turn more from in front of the scenes to more behind the scenes. The Assistant Manager will start their training in learning how to do payroll, interviewing potential employees, and the banking and budget. The most important role of the Assistant Manager is the planning of expansion. With our globally known clients, they are looking for us to grow into their massive footprint. The Assistant Manager will learn how to work with the clients and plan the expansion goals.
The Manager's role starts with brand management. The Manager is responsible for in-store marketing campaigns in the territory. The Manager will be responsible for making sure the in-store marketing campaigns represent our client's standards. With every Manager starting from entry-level and working their way up we are able to continually deliver the results everyone is looking for year after year.