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How can students get themselves noticed?

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Recorded 2 December 2014
@ Proximity London
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It's tough to stand out in the creative industries. Proximity London's Charlotte Wheatley discusses how you can.

There are so many different ways of getting into the advertising and marketing industries. Charlotte Wheatley, Account Executive at Proximity London, shares some tips for standing out and getting noticed.

Watch the full interview with Charlotte where she shares insights on the following:

  • Her background and experience in advertising.
  • How she got into the advertising and the creative industries.
  • What it's like working in accounts and the skills you need.
  • The process of tackling a campaign and how long it takes.
  • What it's like working in advertising.

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