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Redline has just launched several fantastic website packages, which we think the world should know about…and if not the whole wide world, at least potential clients!
We are looking for someone to sell our website and retainer packages to targeted markets. Although you don’t need to sell snow to Eskimos, you do need a winning and persuasive personality, with an aptitude for communicating effectively by email, by telephone and in person.
Ideally, you will be fluent in English and Spanish, familiar with working in Spain and you will be confident enough of your abilities to work on a commission basis.
This is a great job for someone looking for a flexible position, working for an established friendly company, with a great reputation.
In the first instance please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Did you know… that Redline has been going since 2004 and although located in Southern Spain -where it is usual to shut up shop and head to the beach in August – we have never closed the office for holidays – yes that is right, we don’t close for holidays … not even for siesta!
From the very beginning, Redline was created as a full-service marketing company characterised by energy, passion and an excellent work ethic … and this has been our recipe for success, especially in the current economic climate.
Put your glad rags on and your cheque book out, and make your way down to Puerto Banús for the Marbella Luxury Week between the 30th of May (tomorrow!) and the 2nd June 2013.
The Mayoress of Marbella, Ángeles Muñoz, will open the show, explaining that the Marbella Luxury Week is a celebration of excellence and exclusivity in southern Europe. Now in its third year, the show has already become a must-do event for anyone interested in jewellery, luxury cars, boats, glamorous gastronomy provided by Michelin starred chefs such as Dani Garcia (2 Michelin Stars) and fashion such as Gucci, Missoni, Salvatore Ferragamo… we could go on, in other words the Marbella lifestyle. There is also involvement from major leisure, tourism, technology, catering and real estate businesses.
By careful collaboration with major international brands, the organisers have made it possible to showcase some of the world’s most exclusive shopping opportunities all under one roof.
Sponsored by international brands such as Tag Heuer and Mercedes Benz, and a host of high profile contributors including American Express, Marbella Club, Puente Romano and NH hotels, this year’s event is on course to exceed last year’s success. Needless to say, the Redline team can’t wait to get down there and have a look!
Visit the official website for a programme of events at http://marbellaluxuryweekend.com/en/
When you are born and raised in Vilnius (Lithuania), a career in advertising and film is not the first thing that comes to mind; it’s a small city in the Baltics with bags of energy and a lot of creative ideas, but not much opportunity to realize them. People are starting to get a grip of what graphic design is, the concepts of contemporary Hollywood film are now being applied in Lithuanian cinema, and the government is starting to provide young people with various educational programs focusing on different types of intellectual property.
I am studying ‘Creative Industries’ which covers marketing, public relations, advertising, as well as the more practical subjects such as graphic design and film, and it is first of its kind in Lithuania. I decided to enroll after graduating high school as I was interested in the many different yet related subjects. In the first two years of university I participated in several film and advertising related projects, which only served to increase my interest in the field.
As Creative Industries student in Lithuania it is necessary to secure an internship during the third year, ideally this should be within a preferred area of interest and relevant to the course.
My study program is very complex and includes a variety of subjects related to different sectors of creative industries, therefore I looked at a number of video production, advertising, marketing, graphic design and event organizing companies.
As a successful businesswoman, Line Lyster, founder and Director or Redline Company has been asked to be part of an ‘expert panel’ alongside fellow professionals at the second Marbella Woman’s Week (congress of women in Marbella) to be held at the Grand Melia Don Pepe Hotel in Marbella.
Organised by Samar Abou-Farar, the conference on the 12th (in Spanish) and 13th March (in English), is a multi-national affair attended by female entrepreneurs based on the Costa del Sol. The aim of the event is to bring together women from all disciplines and nationalities to offer support, advice and to encourage diversity throughout the region. Spurred on by the success of last year’s conference, the organisation aims to promote a sense of inclusion and well-being of its members, particularly in these trying economic times.
Line Lyster, founder and director of Redline Company and Gratitude Art, is a staunch supporter of Women in Business Spain. As a member of the board she dedicates a considerable amount of time and resources to helping spread the group’s message, so that business women on the Costa del Sol are kept informed of all activities.
This over the last few months, Line’s team has designed and built a brand new WIBS’ website, free of charge, so that WIBS can present a modern, fresh and informative site to the world. What’s more, the way the website was designed, allows for easy editing, which means that the content can be updated instantly. Check it out on www.wibspain.com.