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Definition of the noun account executive
What does account executive mean as a name of something?
- someone in charge of a client's account for an advertising agency or brokerage or other service business
Alternative definition of the noun account executive
- [business] an executive in an advertising agency, or public relations firm who manages a client's account.
Account Executive is a fictional character from the 2011 film the Love Patient.
Account Executive is a job title.
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by Robert E Stevens, David L Loudon, Kenneth E. Clow, Donald Baack
An account executive is apersonwho is employed by an advertising agency or similar type ofmarketing firm. The roleof the account executive isto solicit new clients and to workon behalf ofclients. The accountexecutive meets with a client ...
After the account executive and the advertising team have gathered all of this information, they meet with a client and make suggestions about advertising strategies. Once everyone has agreed about the general ideas for the campaign, the ...
by Robert L. Heath
Account executive The term ...
Every account executive must pass certain tests administered by securities regulatory boards. Also called registered representative. See also BROKER. ACCOUNTING system that provides quantitative information about the finances of a ...
by John Downes, Jordan Goodman
See also ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE; ACCOUNT STATEMENT. ACCOUNTAGGREGATION see AGGREGATION. ACCOUNTANT'S OPINION statement signed by an independent public accountant describing the scope of the examination of an ...
See also ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE; ACCOUNT STATEMENT. ACCOUNT AGGREGATION see AGGREGATIoN. ACCOUNTANT'S OPINION statement signed by an independent public accountant describing the scope of the examination of an ...
by Frank William. Jefkins
account executive ...
by Richard Lamming, John Bessant
See ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE. (5) A term sometimes used to mean an invoice or statement. accountant. One who specializes in managing the financial accounts of business and industry. account day (settlement day). The day in the UK Stock ...
by Robert Bly
AE (Account executive) – An advertising agency employee who serves as the liaison between the agency and the client. Account executives play different roles depending on the agency, client, and the AE's personality and skills. In one ...
by Hano Johannsen, G.Terry Page
account executive. Advertising, public relations, etc agency executive responsible for relations with a particular client or account. accounting. Principles and techniques used in establishing, maintaining, recording and ...
The CIM Marketing Dictionary (2012)
by Norman Hart, John Stapleton
Account executive An executive in an ...
Account Executive An employee who looks after customers or ...
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