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Commercial Manager (AE936)


Bradford - United Kingdom

Arthur Edward

Salary: £50-60k

Are you a heavenly commercial manager with experience in the beauty industry?

Can you help grow little acorns into big oak trees?

Do you exceed targets but not budgets?

If you can build relationships and develop business we would love you to join this leading personal and homecare brand manufacturer.

As an experienced commercial manager with in the beauty industry you will be a champion of the customer relationships and the communication of business opportunities.

You will project manage all aspects of new product launches and initiatives as well as using your market knowledge to deliver customer commercial targets set out in the budget.

Your will constantly be looking out to exceed your customer’s expectations both in terms of new initiatives and customer service from the company.

Not only will you be about building relationships, you will have a great eye for the numbers to ensure all activity delivers the sales, stock forecasting and budgetary requirements set in the commercial strategy.

If this sounds like a new opportunity for you, apply now.


To apply for this role please contact Arthur Edward.

E mail your CV quoting the job title and AE number to

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