From an early age, practically prenatal, many young women begin picturing their wedding day—or wedding days
if things don't exactly go according to plan.
They imagine the dress, the venue, the honeymoon, the groom, and of course, the ring.
For some women—especially those raised on Audrey Hepburn movies
—these daydreams can be summed up in one item: the little blue box from Tiffany.
Sustaining that interest over the years is the work of the marketing people at Tiffany & Co.
, and it's a team you could soon be a part of if hired as the brand’s new vice president of marketing production
. Responsible for the creative oversight and proofing of all advertising and promotional materials distributed on behalf of the company, the right candidate must possess a keen attention to detail as well as articulate communication skills.
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