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European Assistant Brand Manager (AE1355)


Hayes - United Kingdom

Arthur Edward

Salary: £29-32,000

Are you a highly organised Assistant Brand Manager with a passion for beauty?

Have you got great communication skills?

You will translate the strategic Global marketing plans into effective and results orientated local UK and European marketing plans.

As an Assistant Brand Manager, for this successful global company, you will have the opportunity to support the European Marketing Manager to deliver well executed plans, as well as work across Brand Strategy to support brand launches and promotions in various markets.

You will also work closely with the export team in developing planograms to maximise consumer experience and sales, point of sale and in store theatre.

If you are a highly organised individual with a passion for beauty and experience in a similar role within beauty or consumer goods, then this could be an amazing opportunity for you!


To apply for this role please contact Arthur Edward.

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