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Ejiroghene Ogboru-Ogholaja, Account Executive, ZenithOptimedia

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9:47 AM | 9 April 2013
by Adam Oldfield
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Ejiro studied management and marketing at Royal Holloway graduating in 2010. But after a shift in focus Ejiro wanted to work in advertising.

Ejiro studied management and marketing at Royal Holloway graduating in 2010. After being seduced by a very well paid sales job straight after university, she realised she wasn't cut out for that world and focused on getting into advertising. So far she has worked at Mindshare (a WPP media agency) on UK clients and has recently move to ZenithOptimedia (a Publicis media agency) to work on international planning and buying. You may also find her bouncing about the university scene with Squared, as she is currently one of the acting university reps.  

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