Denise Feldman, Director, Content Marketing for Employer Brand and Communication at Marriott International joins Nick to discuss:
- The first steps to build a content channel
- How constraints lead to creativity
- Using iteration to find content that works
- Measuring success
- How to make content that really works
- How different types of content complement each other
- How do you get work seen by the right people
- The most important lesson Denise has learnt
And much much else besides...
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Denise is a marketing and employer brand professional, with more than 25 years' experience developing insight-based marketing and communications to attract, engage, and retain top talent for Fortune 500 companies.
Her career includes a variety of roles developing employer brand strategies and marketing for global hospitality leader Marriott International. Currently, Denise leads Marriott’s employment content development and marketing team, creating content that inspires job seekers and associates to engage with Marriott, and share the company story and people-first culture. She knows Marriott associates are the company’s best brand ambassadors. And they’re eager to share their stories – through video, she gives them the opportunity.
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October 25, 2019