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Bring Us Better Marketing – Delaware Business Times

We need a crackerjack tactical marketing manager. Fast forward one year from today. You will have helped Today Media, a regional media company, take the 18 month old Delaware Business Times to the next level. We look to redefine our methods of promoting existing products, launch new products, develop new tactical marketing programs and literature that are effective in reaching our potential customers, manage our events, communicate the unique position that separates us from our competition, and ensure the most appropriate sales channels are being used effectively.

The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 5 years marketing experience along with a Bachelor’s degree, and a strong track record of accomplishments in tactical marketing, particularly in a business to business and business to consumer entrepreneurial company. Your candidacy will leap to the top if you’ve also got a strong track record of success in a media company that produces high quality publications, events and digital products.

If you would like to apply, send a copy of your resume and salary requirements along with a half-page write-up of your most significant tactical marketing accomplishments to jobs@todaymediainc.com. We think your accomplishments are much more important than your resume and we’ll read them first.

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