Marvia activates the local marketing potential of brands with her software. To be the leading player in marketing technology, we are continuously searching for ways to grow. That's why we are looking for a new "Marvian" in the form of a Digital Campaign Specialist who will be in charge of building out demand capture and demand generation channels.
Marvia is an Amsterdam-based scale-up for Local Marketing Automation software. Our product simplifies every aspect of distributed marketing. It enables customers such as Domino's Pizza, Toyota, and PostNL to centrally manage their marketing materials and adapt and publish them locally.
We stormed the market in 2007 as a web-to-print application to simplify the DTP process. We quickly found our way to the Deloitte Technology Fast 50's Rising Star award nomination list. Nowadays our software is now used by more than 80,000 users in over 90 countries. Our ambition for the next years is crystal clear: to become the # 1 local marketing platform for brands.
The Digital Campaign Specialist role presents an excellent opportunity for a fluent Dutch speaker looking for a compelling challenge - you will be focused on delivering new customer acquisition growing MQLs, SQLs, opportunities, and pipeline.
You will be in charge of building out demand capture and demand generation channels such as Paid Search, Paid Social, and software review sites to grow markets. Your experience in demand generation will guide your selection of tactics, as your reliance on data-driven experimentation will allow you to iterate and increase success rapidly. As you consider new innovative, multi-channel campaigns, you will partner with regions and BDRs to streamline our handoffs and maximize impact from the leads you have generated. In this role, you will be responsible for:
Are you the one who will take Marvia to the next level? Then we look forward to your application. Please send us your motivation and resume.
Would you like to know more about this job? Then contact our Marketing Manager Nienke Zijsling.
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