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Marketing Managers are the professionals who plan and implement the policies of expanding the reach of the product/service offered by the company.
Dear Rakesh, thank you for posting your question on this forum. Reading on your question, I understand you have a four year experience in the BPO backend operations. You may be aware what [BPO] ventures or equips a person into. You would have developed strong customer service skills through your BPO exp. The other skills you may have developed are effective business communication skills, negotiating skills, effective delivery skills and customer management skills. (Please remember effective customer service and customer management are entirely different but go hand in hand) However you
Marketing management was long ago sticked only to sale of one company's products. It was stereotyped to think as such and the same misconception continues even in the present times. But people who has had some industrial experience in marketing for over a period of years, or for someone who have had some educational experience in Marketing from top tier premium business schools, they would tell you whats all on offer with marketing management other than the typical sales job that we generally think of.Lucrative jobs for a marketing professional:1. Sales and business development:You can start w
Hello Thank you for choosing Mera career guide and writing to us. I am sorry to hear that you got upset with one of our counsellor's comments. Please do not mistake over it. I can certainly offer you advice on your query. I can very well understand that you are an MBA aspirant and you have already well thought what you need to do at your Bachelors degree level. Nice to see that you have understood what deems to be necessary on the long run. So lets start like this. What do you want to become in life? What do you want to study in life? I think you are keen in doing an MBA by cracking
Hello Thank you for choosing Mera career guide and writing to us. Traditionally marketing manager role was only involved in marketing their company's products across the market and recently marketing management has evolved so much with a contemporary shape. People generally assume a marketing manager will sell goods in his allocated market but it is actually not. As said as a person with marketing management degree, you can do the following interesting things. Market analyst - Market analyst studies the dynamics of a market and each segment involved in the targeted market. For e
The typical day of a Marketing Manager goes something like this:They conduct meetings with the senior management and plan the marketing strategies.Going through the emails and getting back to the people who need urgent attention.Make a note of the to-do-lists. Conduct team meetings and assign the tasks to the relevant employees.They keep track of the current marketing activities they are involved in, and analyze the facts and figures.They are supposed to handle the urgent issues and react to them immediately with proper action.They have to move a lot. Working with different peop
Hello Thank you for choosing [Meracareerguide] and writing to us. Traditionally [marketing manager role] was only involved with marketing and distribution of company's products. But [marketing management] career has developed a contemporary shape. Market Analyst- Market analyst studies the dynamics of a particular market sector or a particular segment. For example, if your company is selling a product say its a baby soap, as a market analyst you will analyse who are the other companies manufacturing the baby soap. As a market analyst you will further analyse what is the dema
Good question. But both the options stated are two different fields with nothing in common.
As such, choosing any one of the profile is purely your choice. It would depend mainly on your personal attributes and knowing the job profile.
Please note an alliance manager works and is engaged towards the smooth functioning of the alliances which have taken place or would take place. He needs to see that all undertakings during the alliances have been followed and if not followed, he insists on it being followed and if the delay persists then report it to the manager. Polic
Interesting question and excellent years of experience.
Its hightime you settle down either in the media or healthcare field. Consistency is needed at this juncture. Without it choosing a course will be of no help.
Settle down and based on the experience and colleagues you could then opt for a course.
Wish you good luck...
I would in turn ask you, what are your five reason for going to an MBA. I can give you many reasons, but are you going to choose what you like in those and think they are right?
I would suggest that think for yourself and dont decide on the basis of what others say. Everybody's reason for choosing an MBA is different and it should be different and not generic.
Some reason as listed already, however do not choose them for yourself. Think for yourself and the need for yourself about MBA.
Nine years of experience is a very handsome and valuable experience I would say. Why are you thinking of changing the sector altogether when you have acquired a sizeable years of experience which can help you climb the management levels in organisations. Experience is what matters and is what will give you returns.
Going to another sector without any background will be like working like a fresher. Would you afford to do that? Also you current salary will not remain the same when you change sector. Is this fine for you? You will be required to learn everything new. Are you ready
As you have completed your MBA, engineering, and also have an experience of working in a company, you must go for higher studies in digital marketing which is actually quite a lot in demand, and you will enjoy doing it as you are having its base knowledge. In Canada, Canadian Business College’s Marketing and Digital Media Program provides students with the necessary skills and training to succeed in the dynamic world of design, digital media and marketing. This program helps students develop technical, creative and business capabilities which can lead to a career in digital ma
You have very diverse expectations and whether they are viable for you can be told by you only. To me, going to Canada or USA for working in the field of digital marketing or branding is fine. But here I would like to ask you whether have you really gained that much of competence in digital marketing or branding in just three years?
You have worked in a startup which is a good learning experience and then entered into family business (apparently for no logical reason) and now you are thinking high of going to foreign countries for career. This sounds very rosy, but it is not.
You need to clarify about your doubts in detail then only you will get to know more about senior marketing manager and its demand in market. Basically,The Senior Marketing Manager is responsible for driving the success of Pursuant products, services & brand promise in the marketplace. This person will:
Establish effective working relationships with sales and agency leadership to ensure that their products and services are implemented through sales enablement and marketing demand generation programs. Provide feedback into product development and service offers and participates in thei
There are various way to continue education after an MBA.
Pursue a PhD. in Management: This is the highest degree awarded in Management Science. To pursue this you need to align yourself to a specific research area (consumer behavior, market research etc. in Marketing), talk to professors, research associates.
You can pursue DBA (Doctorate in Business Administration) from global business schools. These programs combine academic rigor and managerial experience. You can get all the information on the websites of respective B schools.
Teaching role in a business school: Not all schools req
Simply put, I would say that your career choice should depend on your deep hearted inclination, interest and you should have the aptitude to match it. Aptitude plus interest will make you successful in career.
You can choose career option based on your strength in subjects at the latest education level i.e. 10th/12/th/graduation. Can you please tell me what education have you taken till now?
I feel that selecting a career option should be a once in a life time thing to ensure success. For this, I would suggest that you should definitely also take the scientific route to know wha
Have you completed Engineering or you are about to complete engineering? If you can answer this, then it will be clear for me to advice you.
However since you are saying that engineering is not interesting to you and you wish to choose marketing as your career, I would like to ask that is Marketing your final decision? What if after choosing Marketing later you find that this is also not interesting to you? How did you reach a decision of choosing Marketing?
Changing the career stream at the right time is good however it is risky if not chosen carefully.
With the right qualification in the beginning of your career, you can surely become a Sales Manager later in your career as you get experience.
To begin with, an MBA Marketing from a reputed and top ranked Institute is a must for hoping for a good company and a good salary. In Marketing, it is important to gain work experience since experience in marketing and sales is a key to the post of Manager.
Post graduation in marketing communications is a good career option having good scope and growth. You seem to ask that question very late after completing a PG course and still you are not sure that what good you are at.
I feel, you should now focus on getting a job if you are not working and start gaining work experience as early as possible.
However for your satisfaction, taking the Ideal Career Test is best suggested. The Ideal Career Test is a very holistic psychometric test which suggests you your ideal career option based on your aptitude, emotional quotient, interests, in
The only way for you to go abroad is to either directly apply for an overseas company,clear the interview and then go in for all the visa and other formalities.
The other way is to approach an abroad job placement organization. Meet them and discuss what kind of a job you are looking out for and place your Resume with them. They will take care of the joining formalities and the other requirements.
Hope this helps
Wish you good luck..
Firstly since you have chosen Pharmacy without any thinking and without any assessment you will face problem and frustration. You are not made for pharmacy jobs and sector is what this means.
You are not satisfied in manufacturing as well as marketing is a serious problem. Have you tried to find out the real problem why you are not liking particular fields?
Now there is no option to leave pharmacy domain since you are not liking it and have chosen it without any reason.
You need to know in what you are good at and then choose a career which will not give you frustration but let
2 years of market research experience is a good thing you have done. You can definitely excel in this exciting and rewarding career with some value adds in terms of knowledge and education.
Have you done MBA already? I would suggest that you can do short term courses in Business Analytics (BA), Business Intelligence (BI) which are ideal for such roles and are definitely helpful to climb the corporate ladder and gain more scope and remuneration.
Changing careers mid way will land you at point zero when you first started your career after getting the minimum education qualification of MBA.
Are you bored of Marketing field or you wish to change the sector for Marketing or do you wish to change to another domain like finance. hr, operations, etc.? Having 3 years experience in Real Estate is good and looking at the Real Estate growth, you can surely dream of bigger roles in the sector.
You say that you are not satisfied with the job. Means exactly what? Are you not happy with the culture, people or job pressure? Your answer
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Yes, choosing a career is the most crucial factor these days. There are few ways through which you can decide your career path and option. May be you can introspect yourself about what you are best at and what you are not good at. It is always recommended to choose a career based on what you are best at. May be you can also speak to your family members.
What education level are you currently in? Have you graduated or 10th pass? If you can let me know these details it would facilitate my counselling to you in the right direction.
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