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Ana Blloshmi, International Client Executive, Europanel

4 min, 32 sec read
13:00 PM | 30 May 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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In this interview Ana talks about the power of marketing and her experiences in a consumer insight agency, Europanel.

After graduating Bournemouth University a year ago, Ana Blloshmi is now International Client Executive at the consumer insight agency Europanel. In this interview, Ana shares her experiences of marketing and advice for anyone looking to break into the industry.

How did your career begin, tell us about your education and the first job you ever landed?

I knew I wanted to pursue a career in media and so I chose a degree in advertising and marketing. As an industry, it is so vast and dynamic, presenting numerous opportunities. I carried out a year long placement at a consumer insight agency as part of my degree which I returned to as a graduate upon completing graduating a year ago. 

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