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Shopper Marketing Manager

Michael Page Marketing
England, Surrey
Closing date
1 Mar 2024

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Business Sector
Non Food & Drink
Contract Type
Full Time

Your role will revolve around creating exceptional shopping experiences for consumers to increase business and brand growth.

Client Details

This company is a well-established entity in the Consumer Electronics industry, with a commitment to innovation and quality, they have solidified their position as a leader in the industry. This business maintains a strong presence in the market through their array of great consumer products.

DescriptionDevelop and implement shopper marketing strategies to drive growth and profitability
Work closely with the Sales/Marketing departments to ensure the seamless execution of initiatives
Lead the customer insight and analysis to understand consumer behaviour/trends
Manage all touch-points, ensuring a consistent and high-quality customer journey
Collaborate with cross-functional teams to create and execute in-store activities
Monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of shopper marketing initiatives
Stay abreast of industry trends and competitor activities to maintain a competitive edge

ProfileA successful Shopper Marketing Manager should have:

A degree in Marketing, Business Administration, or a related field
Proven experience in a similar role within Consumer Goods
Strong analytical skills to understand and interpret consumer data
Excellent leadership abilities to manage and inspire a team
A creative mindset to develop innovative shopper marketing strategies

Job OfferA competitive salary offering up to £50,000 with a £5,000 car allowance
Opportunity to work and grow in an innovative and fast-paced environment
25 days holiday, staff discounts and 9% employer contribution into your pension
An inclusive company culture that values diversity and promotes professional growth
Based in Surrey

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