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  • Head of Acquisition Marketing

    • Manchester, Greater Manchester / Cheshire
    • £45000 - £55000 per annum + Additional OTE
    • Adam Recruitment

    Our client is looking for an experienced and conversion driven Head of Acquisition Marketing for this international organisation working in the dig...

  • Business Development Manager

    • London
    • £65000 - £75000 per annum
    • EMR | Specialist Marketing Recruitment

    Do you have ambition to lead and succeed? A global law firm is looking for a Business Development Manager with prior legal experience to lead their...

  • Business Development Manager

    • London
    • £65000 - £70000 per annum
    • EMR | Specialist Marketing Recruitment

    A challenging and exciting opportunity for a Business Development Manager with prior legal experience to join a global law firm on a 12 month fixed...

  • Sales and Ecommerce Manager

    • London (Central), London (Greater)
    • £32,500 - £35,000 dependant on previous experience
    • Fine Cell Work

    The key focus of this role is to drive digital, shop & retail partner sales growth and for stock control & logistical support for all sales channels.

  • Marketing Manager

    • London
    • £28000 - £30000 per annum
    • Stopgap

    This fantastic hospitality group is looking for a Marketing Manager with strong venue marketing experience to join their team ASAP!

  • Business Development Manager

    • Bristol
    • £50000 - £80000 per annum
    • ADLIB

    • Global law firm • Based centrally in Bristol near Temple meads train station • Focusing on the Digital and Life Sciences sector We’re workin...

  • Partnerships Manager

    • City of London, London
    • £45000 - £50000 per annum
    • EMR | Specialist Marketing Recruitment

    Are you a partnerships professional, interested in leading the commercial partner strategy for one of the UK's favourite brands? Operating in the trav