You will be working closely with our CEO and Head of Operations and be in charge of spearheading, coordinating and overseeing the Echobox marketing strategy. You will develop and implement strategies in order to ultimately grow our client base. You will need a passion for making connections, the publishing industry and for achieving real results. You will be comfortable with analysing data and performing A/B testing in order to calculate and maximise the ROI on all our marketing channels. This role allows a high degree of creativity, autonomy and freedom to explore and experiment with various strategies and tools to drive growth, engage existing users, and turn Echobox into a well-known and respected brand within the publishing industry.
We are a fast-growing, research-driven company building an artificial intelligence that helps online publishers overcome the challenges they face every day. Using novel machine learning techniques, we are revolutionising the publishing industry and have a track record of building things that others have ruled out as impossible. Leading names from around the world rely on our product every day, including The Times, Le Monde, The Guardian, Vogue and many more.
Our team is our best asset. We work with extremely smart and talented individuals, who all enjoy a high degree of responsibility and independence in structuring their work.
Do you think you have what it takes to be part of Echobox? We'd love to hear from you.
Required Skills and Experience
Preferred Skills and Experience
Competitive salary depending on experience
25 days of annual leave plus bank holidays
Free breakfast, weekly team lunches and regular team events (e.g. dinners, karting, karaoke, barbecues, games nights, poker tournaments), as well as Friday drinks on our balcony overlooking West London
Our fridge is stocked with delicious non-alcoholic drinks, and we offer unlimited snacks, fresh fruit and Nespresso coffee for our employees all day, every day
Regular internal workshops, conferences and research conferences
Contributions to employee pensions