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Campaign Manager - Digital Advertising

  • Location: London
  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Job Type:Permanent

Posted about 2 months ago

Handle is pleased to be working with one of the country's leading music events promoters who are looking for a Campaign Manager. You'll dive into a diverse array of shows and tours & your primary responsibility is to conceive, implement, and oversee all marketing functions for the assigned events. This includes steering announcements, on-sale procedures, and overseeing campaigns through showtime and settlements.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Develop, implement, and track marketing initiatives to drive ticket sales throughout the event life cycle.

  • Coordinate with ticket agents and venues for marketing support proposals and pre-sale assistance.

  • Set up and manage pre-sale marketing initiatives where applicable.

  • Collaborate with PR, artist teams, and other stakeholders to deliver comprehensive campaigns.

  • Analyse ticket sales reports and digital marketing data to refine strategies, ensuring a robust return on investment.

  • Maintain precise records of all marketing activities and expenditures for settlements.

  • Collaborate with media agencies, ticket agents, and venues to maximise marketing efforts across various channels.

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Possess multiple years in a similar role, including running digital advertising campaigns.

  • Demonstrate knowledge or awareness of the live music industry and touring.

  • Have a solid understanding of media mix and experience in media planning.

  • Bring experience in booking, managing, and reporting on digital media campaigns.

  • Familiarity with Adobe Creative Cloud programs, particularly Photoshop.

  • personable and skilled at building relationships internally and externally.

Handle actively welcomes applicants from under-represented backgrounds - we pride ourselves on attracting the best talent for every opportunity through a commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion.