As a member of the Client Services team at Ve you will be joining a dynamic team of digital marketing professionals that is on the forefront of bridging marketing tech and advertising tech. As an Account Manager you will help to bring to market a comprehensive full funnel solution to our clients with a focus on client retention and revenue growth. Ve Interactive Digital Account Managers are committed to developing and achieving client objectives through campaign execution and optimizations within our programs.
As an Account Manager, you will oversee the project management, implementation, creative, performance and optimization of digital campaigns. Account Managers are responsible for the overall performance, and success of the campaigns, directly impacting the client relationship and client retention. Candidates must possess strong digital marketing knowledge, attention to detail, excellent prioritization skills, and have the ability to work in a deadline driven environment.
The Account Manager is responsible for communication, internal and external client relationships, and data analysis of our award-winning e-commerce solutions to existing customer websites to increase online sales.
Keys to success in the Account Management role include:
Ve Interactive is a leading data-driven tech company specializing in programmatic advertising and website optimization. Ve delivers a range of solutions through one platform, which help online businesses successfully drive new traffic, increase customer engagement, minimize website abandonment and boost conversions.
Founded in Boston in 2011, Ve Interactive has expanded offices to New York and Phoenix and has always aimed to stick to our start-up roots. Each day involves new and exciting projects, but that doesn’t mean we don’t know how to have fun! Snacks and kegs, office parties and charity events – what more could you want? To support Ve’s continued growth, we are always looking for passionate and talented individuals to join our dynamic, hardworking team. Do you have what it takes to be a “Veep”?