I am a ‘Fashion Brand Marketing’ graduate, seeking to further my knowledge and experience within the marketing industry. During my time spent studying I discovered my confidence, creative flair and developed a strong skill-set. I am interested in fashion, music, travel and photography.
I am an extremely driven and ambitious individual, who is keen to learn new skills and adapt to ever changing situations and challenges. In addition to this, I have excellent written skills, developed through academic practice, specifically in writing fashion and music based copy for articles, reviews, blog posts, and marketing reports. Furthermore, I would consider myself to be highly organised, and able to work efficiently under pressure as well as in a team whilst still paying careful attention to detail, all being skills that I have obtained from both my University studies, part-time job and voluntary writing and social media work for a music blog, as I have to work well within a team in order to complete the job to the best of my ability.
I am computer literate in Adobe and Microsoft programs that can be utilised in both a creative and analytical manner to create work under tight deadlines and pressured situations. I have learnt GoogleAnalytics and strong SEO skills when working with music blogs and graphic design agencies to track progression and popularity of specific posts and content. I am also social media savvy with a breadth of knowledge on the trends, updates, skills and management across all popular social media platforms, adhered through University projects and my own personal projects based upon building social channels and followings. This includes but is not limited to platforms such as; Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, TikTok and Youtube. I am interested in the developments in digital technology and social platforms, and analysing how these can further the marketing industry, forming new digital platforms. Furthermore, I am a positive thinker, actively looking to be optimistic and seeking a viable solution to any problems that could potentially occur on a day to day basis, both in my studies and in the work place.