As a global leader in brand consulting and design, Landor helps clients create agile brands that thrive in today’s dynamic, disruptive marketplace. Our work enables top brands—from Barclays to BMW and Tide to Taj—to stand for something while never standing still.
Landor’s branding services include strategy and positioning, identity and design, brand architecture, prototyping, innovation, naming and verbal identity, research and analytics, environments and experiences, engagement and activation, and interactive and media design.
Founded by Walter Landor in 1941, Landor pioneered many of the research, design, and consulting methods that are now standard in the branding industry. Today, Landor has 27 offices in 21 countries, working with a broad spectrum of world-famous brands. Clients include Aeroflot, Bayer, BMW, BP, Citroën, Danone, Etihad Airways, Emaar, International Hotels Group, Procter & Gamble, Russian Copper Company, and Tata Group.
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Client manager assistant trainee
Landor Geneva is seeking a client manager assistant trainee to work within the client services team. The client manager assistant trainee will participate in the development of the visual identity of package design, logos, etc. Will work to coordinate projects for major brands.
Your mission will be to:
- be the intermediary between the clients and the designers/creative,
- participate in the meetings of creativity in collaboration with designers,
- organize brainstorming sessions,
- participate in customer briefs,
- carry out market studies and competitive intelligence,
- ensure the daily follow-up of projects (timing, budget, resources and delivery times).
Must have a bachelors degree in marketing, business, communication or a related field. Must be project oriented, organized and have good time management skills. Must be able to speak fluent English and French. Agency experience preferred.