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Robin Schuler

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Marketing Sales Coordinator @ Texas MedClinic

I am responsible for all marketing and advertising initiatives for a growing urgent care practice in Austin. It is my job to make sure the public and employers know about the services Texas MedClinic offers. I manage all advertising including print, sponsorships, out of home, events, direct mail and social media. I also contact prospective and established employers to market the services we offer to businesses.

How I Got Here

Undergraduate Degree(s): Advertising
Moving from college to career:

I interned at GSD&M for 2 years as a student. I was hired on full time after graduation and continued working in the new biz department. After a couple of years I decided I would prefer the client side and went to work in marketing for a small medical equipment company. I have used my advertising skills in all positions, but my current role is not all advertising based.

Career influences:

I've always been interested in medicine, but didn't want to be a doctor. Working in medical marketing was the perfect solution!

The Ups and Downs



  • Being challenged by new responsibilities and different tasks day to day
  • Seeing my ads in local publications and online
  • Making decisions and being accountable for marketing plan for Austin area
  • Learning something new every day
  • Meeting lots of great clients and advertisers
  • Marketing B2B and B2C
  • Potential for growth as Texas MedClinic expands in Austin

  • Cons:
  • Only marketing person in Austin
  • Leaning a lot of medical terminology, rules and processes
  • Managing accounts for employers which requires some customer service, which is not my forte
  • Recommendations


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