Our client is the world’s leading content agency – building content strategy and creative that drives results for brands. They work with their clients across many sectors, from banking to retail, automotive to technology. They create and deliver content in multiple channels including video, print and social media.
The client account.
The global tech is a key – and growing – client for them with content campaigns emerging from a range of different workstreams. they’re looking for an excellent business writer with a curious mind, eye for a brilliant angle and knowledge of the enterprise technology market. The role will involve producing best-in-class multi-channel content for a global tech giant with the right to speak credibly about world-changing trends.
Writing, commissioning and editing content – aimed at a mainly senior IT audience – to underpin a range of products and services for this global tech giant. The emphasis is very much on thought leadership – authoritative long-form articles and white papers – which can be turned into shorter, beautifully-designed content for social channels.
Developing stand-out creative ideas for original content that provide interest and value for time-poor technology audience.
Working alongside the Content Director to constantly develop the editorial strategy and resulting creative output on a wide range of campaigns.
Helping to identify, shape and execute new content opportunities from within the wider brands group.
Skills and application
Writing and subbing
Commissioning and editing
Idea generation and client presentations
Organisation and attention to detail
Sharing necessary information with relevant colleagues, contributors and clients in a clear and timely manner.
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