Marek Wolski
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Digital Account Manager
M&C Saatchi/Mark
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Working for Mark, a digital & direct communications agency part of the M&C Saatchi Group.
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With a Commerce marketing degree under my belt and an incomplete Law degree shelved indefinitely, I have unleashed a passsion for problem solving and idea generation on marketing accounts.

I started in Sweden, with an internship at a B2B agency. I later moved to a client-side role with White Arkitekter, planning market entry strategies into Poland and the UK.

A year in Sweden was enough to satisfy my need for dry crispbread and meatballs - so I returned home to Melbourne.

After entering the Futurebrand Talent Awards with 'Best Strategy Entry' and meeting the crew at The Taboo Group, I joined the team working across projects for NAB, Cadbury & C.U.B.

Once my passion for digital had taken over, I made a move to be part of the amazing team at Mark - a digital, direct & data driven advertising agency.

All this has provided experiences across BTL projects and fuelled a passion for interaction planning, on- and offline.

Outside of marketing, I have developed some important life skills which include parallel parking, Singstar and bargain hunting.

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At 10:35am on April 15, 2010, Julianna Clayton said…
Hi MarekWolski
No more job, no more bills, no more stress. Yeah I am not kidding. Money has always had me strapped. Last month I found this site on one of my friends profiles. So far I have made 1759 and getting better, as I learn more.

See what you think. Cheers.

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