Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 23 October 2014

Scores of marketing jobs created

Marketing company FMI Ltd is creating up to 60 new full-time jobs

Up to 60 new full time jobs are being created at a marketing company.

FMI Ltd is trying to fill the sales and management positions for several companies on its books.

Nicola de Beer, FMI chief operating officer, said: "We're looking for keen enthusiastic recruits across a range of disciplines who want to build a career with us.

"As a business we encourage talent and development in our staff, investing time and resources to allow them to maximise their potential.

"We are looking forward to welcoming 60 new colleagues to the company."

Recruitment has commenced via www.fmi.ie.

Owned by Margaret Lyons and established in 1995, FMI has more than 50 staff at its head office in Dundrum, south Dublin.

The firm provides a range of services which include direct sales, mystery shoppers, merchandising, in-store promotions and demonstrations, retail auditing and price checking.

Leading blue chip clients include Electric Ireland, Glanbia, Mondelez and Pepsico.

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