Sponge Marketing are recruiting

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Seeking a Marketing role in the sports and Triathlon arena?


Sponge Marketing are recruiting

Headed by 2016 IRONMAN World Championship Age-Group Gold medallist, Jane Hansom, Sponge Marketing are currently recruiting for staff to join their dynamic and fast-growing agency.

Here are the full details.


Sponge Marketing (www.spongemarketing.com) is a 360-degree marketing and PR agency, specialising in sport, lifestyle and destinations.

We bring brands to life through creative promotions, PR and experiential events.

The company is growing rapidly and we are keen to hear from marketing and PR people (from Account Exec to Account Director level) who have a keen interest in sport.

In particular, knowledge of triathlon and cycling would be a huge advantage!

Sponge’s culture suits go-getter self starter types with masses of drive who can work autonomously.

We’re a fun and dynamic team who are as passionate about doing a great job for our clients as we are about the sport of triathlon

Does this sounds like you?

Please contact us via [email protected] and state the level of role you would be interested in (account executive, account manager or account director).

The agency is based in West London’s trendy Kensal RIse (zone 2) and is near both overland and underground stations.

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