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Q: What is it like working as a Marketing Director?

July 2015
"Marketing Director of a Startup."
Marketing Director:
Pros: It has a startup vibe.
Cons: Overworked.
July 2015
"Mixed review."
Marketing Director:
Pros: Meeting and connecting with diverse people and telling their impact stories.
Cons: Stress, too much work and no help, little pay.
August 2015
Marketing Director:
Be passionate about field.
September 2015
"Small businesses have unique pro/con(s) than big businesses."
Marketing Director:
Pro - Your role has a big impact on the business. Con - Everyone looks to when events or branding activities fail to bring in the desired result. Pro - You get to help set the tone of the business. Con - It's a small business so everyone really gets a bit of a say. Pro - working with the ownership to grow the business. Con - unless the business is growing your not really going to grow more financially.
November 2015
Marketing Director:
Make friends with everyone.
December 2015
"Owner changes management frequently."
Marketing Director:
January 2016
"Many stakeholders."
Marketing Director:
Since we work with numerous retailers/tenants, there are many stakeholders to be held accountable to and many varying opinions about the direction of the marketing program here at Harbor East. It's of course important to consider their input, but inevitably the Marketing Director must make the final decision as it relates to advertising, events, branding, and what will best serve the property.