6 tips for writing a marketing CV that gets you an interview [2021 edition] ????
As someone who has hired new team members across a number of growing businesses, I have seen a lot of marketing CVs […]
5 mistakes marketers shouldn’t be making on their cover letters
“You don’t get a second chance to make a first impression.” It’s an adage that is practically unavoidable in the contemporary business […]
How to start a career in marketing
I previously covered marketing recruitment from an employer’s perspective so I thought it would be interesting to also take it from the job hunter’s point of view. From my own experience as someone who got my foot on to the ladder in my early 20’s through to now being a marketing manager in my 30’s, these are my tips on how to get your first marketing job.
6 questions to ask hiring your first marketing employee
There reaches a stage in a growing company’s life time when as the manager/ owner you can’t do everything yourself anymore and still have time to eat and sleep. A lot of people in marketing are good at selling themselves (as you’d expect I suppose), and making themselves appear better than they actually are. In a large team, this can be absorbed, however if they are going to be your only marketing team member, hiring the wrong person could be a disaster.