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Marketing Manager

Job Title: Marketing Manager
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Slough, Berkshire
Industry:
Salary: £50000 - £60000 per annum
Reference: 1632325_1573216828
Contact Name: Aimee Downey
Contact Email: aimee.downey@emr.co.uk
Job Published: November 08, 2019 12:40

Job Description

This role manages the daily operations of trade marketing ensuring timely delivery and high-quality execution of new launches in every touchpoint at POS to promote the businesses brand awareness in the UK. You will collaborate cross-functionally with account, sales and broader marketing teams to ensure all Trade and Retail Marketing objectives are met. These include:

  • Create visually appealing animations and in-store presence to drive traffic to the OPPO branded space.
  • Manage all sales and promotion events across all POS touch points to drive device sell-out and promote brand awareness in the UK market.
  • Analyse store and event feedback to monitor and measure store execution and implementation effectiveness.
  • Oversee all retail presence rollout and promotions to ensure timely development of collateral and sample delivery prom POS material vendor.
  • Lead visual merchandising initiatives.
  • Be the Brand Guardian, ensuring all customer touch-points to brand exposure, products and relevant information (digital/physical) are implemented in line with the global brand guidelines.
  • Work with production / installation vendors to ensure high quality and timely delivery of in-store fixture refresh or animations deployment.
  • Work closely with the sales team to design and coordinate store rollout plans (e.g. fixture installation, props deployment or new device planogram) for all channel partners.

Your profile:

  • Trade/Retail Marketing, or Sales Promotion experience
  • Ability to work cross-functionally and collaboratively with other departments
  • Detail oriented with strong project management skills
  • Hands on with the ability to work independently
  • Customer-focused, results-oriented and brand-addicted