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Senior/Product Manager - Skincare, beauty, FMCG

Job details

Location: Hong Kong
Job Type: Permanent
Discipline:
Reference: SPM/WA090418
Posted: about 1 month ago

Job description

Our client is a global brand with own stores in Hong Kong and Macau. Due to some changes, they are currently recruiting  a seasoned marketer to manage  Brand and Retail Marketing activities. Candidates with more experience could potentially also look after CRM, PR and Digital.

Main Duties:

  • Plan product launches, work closely with PR & digital team on online and offline media campaigns.
  • To increase company sales by generating specific activities for retailers through leveraging global brand positioning and category penetration
  • Develop and implement the Trade Marketing strategy to contribute towards brand growth targets and cross-category business objectives
  • Lead the translation and execution of the marketing strategy into impactful retailer programmes (store events), respecting and tracking budget and commercial targets
  • Manage usage and forecast of promotion materials and monitor monthly promotion budget
  • Stay up-to-date with market, consumers & competitors in order to propose relevant and innovative solutions

Requirements:

  • Degree holder
  • 6+ Years of Product marketing experience in Retail/ Beauty (own boutiques or Counters)
  • Handle multiple product launches
  • Excellent analytical skills, Excellent problem solving
  • A proactive team player and able to work independently
  • Good command of spoken and written English and Chinese
  • Proficient in MS Office applications

If you are interested in finding out more about this career opportunity, please email your resume  (with current and expected remuneration) to Wing Au, winga@charterhouse.com.hk Tel: (852) 3151 1300 Web: www.charterhouse.com.hk

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