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by Make it last on 7 March, 2016

We're hiring!

Make it last is looking for a key account manager to join our team in Stockholm.

Make it last puts sustainable fashion on the agenda in an inclusive way via online style magazine Make it last and by consulting brands and producing digital and social media content with collaborating partners aiming to reach young creative audiences.

As we have a lot of fun things to do, we are looking for an ambitious key account manager to coordinate and develop our agency accounts and engagements.

You are an experienced project or account manager who enjoys planning and executing innovative digital and social media concepts. You will manage accounts from concept development to execution and assessment, overseeing budgets, timelines and production teams.
You have an understanding of Make it last’s position as an editorial publication as well as a consultancy agency and are possibly able to contribute to the editorial side as well. This requires excellent English writing skills, as well as a demonstrable interest in the future of fashion.

You will work in close collaboration with Make it last founders Lisa Corneliusson and Emma Elwin from the office in Stockholm on a freelance basis. We are looking for someone with a vision to make a real contribution to the growth of Make it last.

Please apply by emailing lisa@makeitlast.se with some relevant info. Hope to hear from you!


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