Founder – PR/Advertising/Marketing/Creative

Hong Kong Permanent HK$800000 - HK$1200000 per annum

Are you an entrepreneurial powerhouse with a burning passion for creating your own agency business? Do you live and breathe PR, Marketing & Communications, Advertising, Creative, Tech, or Big Data? Then we want to talk to you!

We’re seeking driven and dynamic individuals who crave new challenges and are ready to take on the world. With experience running your own business and managing a P&L, you’re ready to take the leap and start something truly special.

As a venture platform, our client is invested in helping you succeed. With funding to launch your business, a competitive salary, bonus, profit sharing, and paid benefits, they will give you the support and resources you need to build your agency from the ground up. And with access to their extensive network of over 150+ professional and global leadership and partner agency connections, you’ll have all the tools you need to take your business to the next level.

So if you’re ready to work hard, play hard, and make your mark in the world of business, let’s make it happen together. Get in touch with us today!

*This opportunity is open to anyone based in Asia*

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Job Information

Job Reference: JO-2210-327381
Salary: HK$800000 - HK$1200000 per annum
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Job Duration:
Job Start Date: 11/1/2023
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Job Industry:
Job Industries: Marketing
Job Locations: Hong Kong
Job Types: Permanent

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