If you are a B2B pro with experience driving lead generation and brand awareness in the EU, and are looking for the flexibility of a remote freelance position, this may be the opportunity for you. We are seeking a part-time freelance European Marketing Manager to develop a regional demand generation and marketing plan to drive ongoing growth in the EU for ModSquad. This role supports the Marketing and Sales teams to develop a plan to generate and nurture our sales pipeline and expand awareness of our offerings in the European region. The successful candidate will be a highly organized B2B marketing expert, with an analytic bent, who can independently develop, budget for, execute and measure marketing campaigns. This role reports directly to the Chief Marketing Officer who is located in San Francisco, CA.
ModSquad has operation centers in Austin, Northern California and Northern Ireland and business operations in San Francisco, New York, London and Costa Rica. This is a work from home/remote position.
ModSquad is a global provider of managed digital engagement services. Our 10,000+ Mods chat with customers, moderate web content, manage communities, and buzz in social media for many of the world’s coolest brands, including the NFL, Sony, Zendesk, and Topps, to name a few. We bring companies closer to their customers than ever before. From global enterprises to international agencies to hip new startups, our clients have reaped the benefits of putting ModSquad’s expertise to work. With experienced Mods available in 50+ languages in 70+ countries, we’re your squad for the digital world. Visit us at modsquad.com.
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