WANT TO JOIN THE TEAM?
Following a great start to the year, we're on the hunt for talented individuals who are passionate about sport and music.
2018 was a record breaking year at Ear to the Ground:
Champions League campaigns across London, Kiev, Rio and Shanghai,
Anthem release for Team England and npower at the 2019 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games,
One year to go launch for the Cricket World Cup 2019 One Year to Go,
FIFA World Cup Content Campaigns for Beats by Dre & Pringles,
The First ever Panna LDN Knockout Tournament for Kitbag,
Get into Golf participation drives for England Golf,
World first rugby influencer match at Twickenham for Canterbury,
A never-been-done-before activation to celebrate Beats x Undefeated x Anthony Joshua collaboration.
Entering 2019, we're working with even more phenomenal clients, meaning we have 12 months of exciting opportunities ahead of us across our Fan Intelligence®, Client Services and Creative departments.
If you are passionate about sport and music and have the skills to join our growing team, then send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Dial Powered By Fan Intelligence
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