A career at YOUNG is an opportunity for ample learning and growth. It offers avenues to work across the industry alongside the finest minds. The Company offers a challenging assignment, a class working environment , professional management, competitive salaries along with commensurate rewards.
If you have an appetite for challenges, we have an exciting career for you.
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What we are looking for in the Candidate : An Ideas Person / Proactive - Keen to develop and bounce proactive ideas for existing brands and brands beyond the agencies roster. Keen to develop ideas for awards. Ideas person that is not restricted by the media but can think beyond the traditional TVC and Print and develop ideas that resolve clients marketing issue. What we can offer : Package comparable to the best in the industry for the exp. An environment that is conducive to ideas, collaborative where right from the promoters are accessible and ready to chip in
Should have prior experience working within the fashion and ecommerce industry. Someone with a great aesthetic and commercial sense who can adapt with this fast evolving industry.
Should ideally have prior experience working within the fashion industry. Someone with a keen and contemporary understanding of design and fashion.
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