Ruei-Jen Wu

Executive Assistant

  • LocationLondon, United Kingdom


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  • Marketing PR
  • Theatre
  • Drawing
  • Exhibition
  • Festival
  • Presenting
  • Customer Services
  • Market Research
  • Problem Solving
  • Project Management
  • Event Execution
  • Event Planning
  • Communications
  • Media Relations
  • Social Media

Work history


Executive Assistant

Performance Infinity

Jan 2015
  • Performance Infinity is a London-based performing arts consulting agency, focusing on tour-planning for theatre groups between Europe and Asia. As an Executive Assistant, my main duties include managing individual projects from proposal preparing, fundraising, venue pitching, group itinerary planning to event execution. Moreover, I am closely collaborating with our company director.


Brand Ambassador

Crabtree and Evelyn

Nov 2014 - Jun 2015
  • Providing 5 stars customer service in a busy skin-care store with a smile, dealing competently with tills and achieving daily sales target. Visiting local business companies to deliver marketing campaign.


Marketing PR Specialist

Taipei Arts International Association

Jan 2014 - Jul 2014
  • Managed marketing PR campaign for two physical theatre shows, organised and hosted press conferences, and maintained a firm relationship with VIP guests and media contacts.


Exhibition Intern for ’voices of Asia 2014

Leeds City Museum

Jan 2013 - Sep 2013
  • Created three short films explaining Asian culture and shown in the World Gallery for three months, and co-curated a Chinese painting exhibition at the Lotherton Hall which opened in October 2013.


Biennial & Marketing Assistant

Taipei Fine Arts Museum

Mar 2010 - Jun 2012
  • • Coordinated the September Event, a programme of over 50 events under ‘Taipei Biennial 2010’, liaised with the show’s core artists. Over 3,000 participants in total. • Exhibition catalogue co-editor for Taiwan Pavilion at the Venice Biennial 2011, collected and edited the articles and chose artwork images. • Organised and hosted press conferences and invited media representatives. Managed our marketing campaign, purchased media ads across local and international newspapers, TV, radio, Internet and magazines. Also, managed our Facebook page and online communication. • Cooperated and managed fundraising with local and international business companies (e.g. TSMC, 7-Eleven, Credit Suisse) to promote museum’s image and shows.



MA in Art Gallery and Museum Studies

University of Leeds

Jul 2012 - Dec 2013


    BA in French Literature with Business Administration and Art History Program

    National Central University Taiwan

    Aug 2005 - Jan 2010