Emilie Egelund Johansen

Digital Campaign Executive

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  • LevelMid Level
  • LocationLondon, United Kingdom
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  • ProfessionsMarketing Executive - Account Executive

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About me

I am an open-minded and ambitious woman from Denmark with a passion for exploring and engaging with a global and diverse market. From my experience of living abroad in Singapore, England, and France I have come to love learning about new cultures. Additionally, I have gained a valuable understanding and respect for working and interacting with people from all over the world.

Skills

  • Able to use Microsoft Word; Excel; Access; Publisher
  • Abobe Indesign/photoshop/illustrator
  • Html
  • Active in Social Media
  • Cms
  • Digital Campaigns
  • Client Presentations
  • Consultancy
  • Email Campaign
  • Coding Emails

Work history

Currently

Digital Campaign Executive

Zoopla

Oct 2016
  • London, United Kingdom
  • Full Time
  • - Account management: Liaise with direct clients, media, and creative agencies. Attend client meetings to present and advice on  campaign performance - Creative & design: Code and design email campaigns. Create B2B marketing material of Zoopla's digital marketing products  - Time management: Manage up to 40 email campaigns a week from booking through to final broadcast - Working collaboratively: Working with the PPC team to give stakeholders the best holistic digital marketing plans. Train the sales teams in cross-selling our digital marketing products to increase overall revenue for ZPG Marketing Services - Driven and pro-active: Optimise and automate internal processes and booking systems   Achievements: - Highest revenue generating member of my team - Designed campaigns performing 50% above average Zoopla campaign KPIs - Assisted several new clients in booking and executing their first ever digital marketing campaigns

Education

2016

MA Arts and Cultural Management

King's College London

Sep 2015 - Sep 2016
  • London, United Kingdom
  • Dissertation title: Towards integration or separation? Artistic responses to the refugee crisis in Denmark