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171606 VP, Brand Experiences - New York, NY

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UEG is seeking a full time Vice President within our experiential group with experience in the Beauty/Lifestyle space, available immediately. The Vice President strategically and creatively leads a team to build an experiential brand solution for a client that meets/exceeds outlined objectives and goals. Working through an integrated approach the experience allows consumers to make a connection with a brand by generating buzz, spreading awareness and motivating them to act. Solutions may include but are not limited to: events (consumer, B2B, editor), marketing promotions (pop-ups, mobile tours, street teams) and/or guerilla style marketing (sampling initiatives, wrapped vehicles).

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Daniel J. Edelman, Inc.
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Direct Employer
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200 East Randolph Drive
Chicago, IL 60601

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