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Iconic Newspapers seeks Multimedia Sales Executives

Iconic Newspapers seeks Multimedia Sales Executives

Iconic Newspapers, Ireland’s largest independently owned newspaper group, is seeking Multimedia Sales Executives at various locations throughout the group.

Every week, our 13 newspapers, including the Leinster Leader,  reach almost 400,000 readers and our websites, includingnationalist.ie,  are accessed by a further 1.4 million unique users. It’s a heritage you can’t buy and coverage that’s second to none.


As a Multimedia Sales Executive your role is to expand our impact and our revenue by building great customer relationships and developing our business, across both print and online.


You might already be a successful salesperson, looking for a bigger challenge. Ideally you’ll have previous media experience, or potentially B2B / B2C.


Alternatively, if you’re bright and burning to break into multimedia, you could be a star in the making.

 


What do we mean by multimedia?


Today’s news consumer is more diverse than ever before. They consume their news through a multitude of platforms including traditional print sources, websites and social media channels. More often than not they are accessing these platforms via mobile devices.

This revolutionary transformation has created a whole new world of exciting opportunities for advertisers to reach their target audiences. That’s where you come in.  

  

Come and show us what you’ve got. We’re holding assessment centres at locations around Ireland. Get in touch to find out more – email your CV to ckelly@iconicnewspapers.ie

Iconic Newspapers comprises of newspapers and websites including The Nationalist, Limerick Leader, Longford Leader,Leitrim Observer, Leinster Express, Leinster Leader, Kilkenny People, Donegal Democrat,Donegal People’s Press, Dundalk Democrat,  South Tipp Today, Offaly Express and Tipperary Star.