Senior Manager - Content Projects

Posted 9 April by GCN Talent Easy Apply

Our client is one of the world's leading tradeshow and conference organisers. Their strategic vision is to create the world’s leading portfolio of content-driven, must-attend events delivering an outstanding experience and ROI for their customers.

This is a unique opportunity for a senior manager to help spearhead the development of best-in-class content to support a series of major global trade show portfolios. Content is not just about developing a conference agenda to support the show - it’s about everything that takes place away from the exhibitors stand, driving the right quantity and quality visitors and engaging customers to stay for longer.

Reporting to the Group Head of Content, you will become part of the team transforming the content proposition for our client. Based in the London, you will be responsible for undertaking a series of strategic projects to support the roll out of content best practice and the creation of functional content teams across a core focus of existing events and future acquisitions. In addition you will be responsible for market intelligence gathering, feedback and monitoring and the overall support of the Group Head of Content. You'll be at the forefront of content delivery, for example, in harnessing new, experiential technology to engage customers to ensure a superb on the day experience.

You will undoubtedly come from a strong commercial content production background, but will be looking to apply these skills in more strategic role. You'll have a solid understanding of what it take to deliver an exceptional customer experience through content and will be a very strong project manager and researcher with exceptional networking, influencing and analytical skills. You must be able and willing to travel internationally as part of this role.

Required skills

  • Project Management
  • Research
  • Content Strategy
  • Content Development
  • Conference Production

Reference: 34858536

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