Vector Media is looking to build our media planning and buying team. This Media Planner / Buyer position is a great opportunity to support really interesting clients in a great Vector environment!
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Vector Media is looking for a very important Vectorian. Someone to help keep us organized and ship-shape. If you have 2 years or more of admin / clerical or office management experience and are looking for a unique environment, working with a group of really nice people – Vector Media could be for you!
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With almost 6 million Canadians living with the pain of arthritis, The Arthritis Society has launched a multi-year initiative to involve Canadians in the pursuit of care and reducing the impact of the pain caused by arthritis. Working in collaboration with Armstrong Partnership (creative) and Diamond Integrated Marketing (digital), Vector Media developed and implemented media strategies designed to drive traffic to a dedicated web site in order to capture the experience of Canadians suffering from arthritis, and to initiate dialog between members of the arthritis community. Media emphasized digital channels, targeting Canadians nationally.
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As an agency in the vast marketing / advertising ecosystem, we understand our position in the client > service continuum and are always thrilled that our clients would entrust us with important advertising decisions and resources. Of course, the onus is on the agency to best address client needs and objectives. However, I believe client methods, actions and culture also play an important role in the quality and value of the work we deliver. As agencies, we should be helping our clients to be GREAT clients!