Research and satisfy customer needs through product and service development, planning, placement, pricing, advertising, promotion and distribution. Develop and manage relationships with customers, competitors, partners and suppliers.
Where can Marketing take you?
Graduates who have specialised in marketing typically enjoy a wide range of employment opportunities. Most take up first positions in marketing departments, retailing, sales and general management. Others may be employed in marketing research or advertising.
Careers New Zealand
Information on training, job prospects, pay scales and opportunities for working in different marketing roles and positions
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Occupation outlook is a great tool for exploring study and career options, with extensive information on labour supply and demand in over 100 occupations in New Zealand. It outlines how to enter each role, how many are studying in related fields, how many are employed, and what the average incomes are. It also outlines the prospects of getting a job in that occupation once you have the necessary qualifications.
- Visit Occupation Outlook - Marketing and advertising professionals
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New Zealand Marketing Association
For marketing professionals in New Zealand, offering training, qualifications, events, awards and conferences. Also has a section for vacancies in marketing, communications, digital media sales and communications
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Research Association New Zealand (RANZ)
The industry body dedicated to professional providers and users of research, data and insights.
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MIND (Marketing, Innovation, Networking and Design)
MIND gives all students opportunities to network with marketing professionals and participate in value-added events that engage, inform and develop students in the real world of marketing.
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