What's it like to be a Marketing Executive?
Marketing Executives plan, develop and oversee marketing campaigns to promote brands, products and services. They conduct market research, manage lower-value client relationships and support the Marketing Manager with their higher-value campaign work.
They work under the direction of Marketing Directors and Marketing Managers, and they give direction to Marketing Assistants.
What can I earn as a Marketing Executive?
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How to become a Marketing Executive
- Complete a Certificate IV of Marketing and Communication (BSB42415) or a Diploma of Marketing and Communication (BSB52415) at TAFE or through a registered training organisation.
- Alternatively, complete a Bachelor of Marketing, Bachelor of Marketing and Communication, or Bachelor of Advertising at university. The course will take 3 years full-time, and can be delivered in a classroom or online. University education will require you to have completed year 12 or gain special admission.
- You may be able to find a role without qualifications as a Marketing Assistant or Administrative Assistant and work your way up through the ranks as you gain knowledge and experience.
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