What Skills Marketers Will Need in the Next 3-5 Years

What Skills Marketers Will Need in the Next 3-5 Years

Are your marketing skills cutting edge, or do you feel like you are always racing to catch up with the latest technological trends?

Watch this presentation hosted by DMA, and hear Victoria James, Founder and President of Victoria James Executive Search, Inc. with other industry experts share their expectations and insights on what digital marketing skills will be needed to keep pace with the trends and stay relevant:



What Are You Searching For? 

Are you a marketer with the skills needed to succeed in tomorrow’s technologically advanced digital environment? If you are ready to jump start your five year plan, Victoria James can help. We are currently seeking experienced, talented professionals for these, plus many other great opportunities:

Contact us today to learn how Victoria James can help you move your marketing career forward!

Victoria is an accomplished direct marketer with more than 20 years of industry experience. The Founder and President of Victoria James Executive Search, Inc. direct marketing search firm, she has had a successful and accomplished career, holding senior level sales and marketing management positions in companies such as Citicorp Diner’s Club, Donnelley Marketing. Victoria understands the need for premium talent in the Direct and Digital Marketing industries, is an active member of the Direct Marketing Association, NEMOA and other associations, and holds an Executive MBA from Bernard M. Baruch College. Contact Victoria today to learn how her team of recruitment experts can accelerate your efforts and help you quickly accomplish your goals.


1 Comment

  1. Karen Spencer 5 months ago

    Interesting and informative!

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