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A business executive who manages the interests of a particular client, typically in advertising.
- ‘As an account executive for JD Edwards, it is in my best interest to provide a real expectation level of the scope of a project, and determine if the client is a good fit.’
- ‘Before joining Showtime, she was a market analyst at HBO, a media planner at Ogilvy & Mather, and a group account executive at Prudential.’
- ‘A Pittsburgh native, she began her advertising career in 1972 as an account executive and later a public relations director at Marc and Co.’
- ‘Jack joined the company in 1989 as a junior account executive and is now director for Scotland.’
- ‘She works as a middleweight account executive at one of London's most prestigious advertising firms, producing community consciousness-raising commercials for groups such as Oxfam and Greenpeace.’
- ‘Regan's daughter, Courtney, is an account executive for an advertising agency in San Diego.’
- ‘Soon afterward, he began working as an account executive in the corporate sponsorship department of NBA Properties.’
- ‘The account executive said, ‘I think I'm going to like this Web thing just fine.’’
- ‘Recently a PR account executive claimed her employers were a ‘bunch of cowboys’ on the Friends Reunited site, naturally the firm didn't take kindly to this.’
- ‘So, for a month, I was an account executive with the Clippers.’
- ‘In 2001, she won the Institute of Public Relations' Student of the Year award and then worked as an account executive for an agency in London, where her clients included Camelot.’
- ‘After reassuring him that all was well, I discovered he had heard the rumor from his account executive, with whom he had a close relationship.’
- ‘Ironically, Norman is a star advertising account executive who reviles his trade - the dirty world of soap advertising.’
- ‘Shortly after being laid-off as an account executive for Coca-Cola, Harris and his two fraternity brothers, Shaw and Smith, came together to further develop the idea.’
- ‘When an account executive scores a client engagement, consulting managers waste no time calling around to find out who's qualified and who's available for the job.’
- ‘Once again, the young man faced a stark choice: Take a position as a junior account executive in the company's worst department or resign.’
- ‘Every client should have their own account executive from the web developer who will look after the customer's interests.’
- ‘It is the job of the account executive to ask a healthcare organization's senior management team about its corporate strategy to overcome or leverage the trends taking place in the market.’
- ‘The new account executive conceded that there were problems and promised to work with Continental to solve them.’
- ‘The plan reads like something a junior account executive cooked up during the first 10 minutes of a brainstorming session with the ad agency.’
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