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Account Manager (media, martech, adtech and advertising agencies)



Do you want to join an eclectic team comprised of a famous Tiktocker, a comedian (Ally Woods) similar to Mo Giganen, Black Eyed Peas impersonator and guitar players? This firm has 45 members of staff in London and a newly formed team of 5 in New York who specialise in communications for martech, adtech, advertising agencies and more recently retail technology. Using a combination of Earned PR, Owned Content, Business Development and Planned Events they help clients grow their business by reaching and engaging with key decision makers. Teams are non-competitive and celebrate each other’s successes and there’s a flat structure offering people scope to take on a lot of responsibility. You only need to be in the office 8 times a month. They offer great benefits but let’s chat about those over the phone.

Role & Responsibilities:

  • Prior PR experience in the technology space is required

  • Strategic input/consulting and advising

  • Maintaining existing client business

  • Management on each of your accounts, and day-to-day management of client programmes.

  • Coaching and managing a team

  • Assisting with new business pitches

  • Maintaining relationships with key influencers and thought leaders

  • Liaising with HR and assisting in recruitment when needed

  • Understand issues affecting the client's business and review their impact on program and client objectives

  • Monitor and investigate 'market intelligence' using the views of influencers on issues that may affect your clients (external/ product/competition).

  • Be well versed in most PR techniques: traditional and new media relations, journalist liaison, product launches, event management, advertorials, product placement, ticket offers, advance features placement, creating by-lined pieces, print production, photography and conference placement, so that you can advise your client and support team on programme execution.

  • Full range of writing skills, including press releases, features, speech writing, brochure copy, presentation preparation and programme proposals.

  • Broad understanding of how the different communications disciplines (advertising, direct marketing, internet marketing, public relations) work, and how their roles are related in a communications programme.


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