Date PostedNovember 23, 2022
Location Edmonton, AB
Earnings $46.62 hourly
Work Hours 32 to 37.5 hours per week
Position Permanent Full Time
Vacancies 2  Vacancies
Closing Date Dec 23, 2022
- Conduct surveys and analyze data on the buying habits and preferences of wholesale and retail consumers
- Conduct comparative research on marketing strategies for industrial and commercial products
- Prepare reports, research papers, educational texts or articles
- Provide consulting services to government and other organizations
- Conduct analytical marketing studies
- Conduct social or economic surveys on local, regional, or international areas to assess development of potential and future trends
- Design market research questionnaires
- Develop portfolio of marketing materials
- Evaluate customer service and store environments
- Design, conduct and analyze quantitative and qualitative research projects
- Develop feasibility studies
- Conduct online marketing, E-commerce and Website promotions
- Develop marketing strategies
- Deliver presentations at conferences, workshops or symposia
1 year to less than 2 years
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Interest in co-ordinating information to plan development projects with representatives of a wide variety of industrial and commercial enterprises, business associations and government agencies, and to develop strategies to attract venture capital; and in administering programs to promote industrial and commercial business investment and tourism
Interest in developing policies and programs to promote industrial and commercial business investment in urban and rural areas, and in developing social and economic profiles of urban and rural areas to encourage industrial and commercial investment and development
Interest in consulting to advise on procedures and requirements for government approval
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