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Jorge Eduardo Enciso Coaña

Jorge Eduardo Enciso Coaña

Community Manager

Konkå

Ciudad Adolfo López Mateos

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Konká

Digital Content Manager

Manage and place social network profiles, primarily working for a theatre (Teatro del Parque Interlomas). Information monitoring; tactic planning with design, and scheduling. Deep investigation about main subjects. Community empowerment. Communication with other community managers in order to work together between profiles. Real time marketing.

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Career medium 02

Starbucks

Barista Trainer

The main goal was to create the best possible costumer service, creating the "third space" for every visitor. I was also in charge of training new baristas and deliver important information from the store and the company to the rest of the partners.

Career

Mexican Institute of Cinematography (IMCINE)

Social Service

This social service was a continuation of the first experience at IMCINE: managing social networks accounts, and attending events. This time I also did a live stream, via Twitter, for the institute's radio show. I collaborated, as well, on the creation of a directory with information about cineclubs around the country.

Career medium 02
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Career medium 05

Mexican Institute of Cinematography (IMCINE)

Social Networking Colaborator

This job allowed me to manage, and position official accounts on social networks (Facebook, Twitter, Google ), as a result of team work. I attended and covered film festivals in Guadalajara and Mexico City; movie premieres, and red carpets; the Ariel Award event; book presentations, and film industries events. There was, as well, a blog where posts needed to be created in order to generate information of the events attended.

Career

Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Arts

Semester Abroad in Czech Republic

National Autonomous University of Mexico, Faculty of Higher Education Acatlán

Communication