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Sarah Norcup

Creative Development Executive

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  • Advertising
  • Events
  • Marketing PR
  • Creative Event
  • Outdoor Event
  • Promotional Event
  • Account Management
  • Budgeting
  • Client Services
  • Problem Solving
  • Production Management
  • Project Management
  • Relationship Management
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Work history


Creative Development Executive

Kinetic WW

Jun 2014
  • Responsibilities include: • Compiling Out of Home innovation solutions in response to the client brief • Project managing special build campaigns, including interactive and experiential displays • Provide all quotations for bespoke special builds (2D, 3D, dynamic elements) for billboard advertisement, experiential projects or digital campaigns • Developing strong relationships with agency, clients, suppliers and media owner contacts • Creating a detailed schedule to ensure all stakeholders understand the process and key milestones involved • Identifying relevant new technologies and examples of other innovative campaigns • Identifying potential client issues and working with the account managers to develop solutions • Attends regular meetings with high profile clients and creative agencies.


Team Assistant


Mar 2013 - Jun 2014
  • Responsibilities included: - Support the CEO when the Executive Assistant is on annual leave - Provide general secretarial / administration support to 3x Directors - Arrange external and internal meetings - Responsible for answering telephone calls & face to face enquiries. - Arranging travel and accommodation during any regional trips. - Raising purchase orders and monthly expense forms. - Ensuring that the planning and trading departments have the correct regular forums, presentations and training in their diary. (Circa 110x employees) - Responsible for stationery and any IT issues that needed to be raised