Hy-pro looks for Key Account Manager

A new position has become available within the licensed toy and sports company.
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With a strong portfolio of licences across both toy and sports and an increasing stable of own brand and IP-based product, the firm is experiencing a period of sustained growth both at home and across many new markets worldwide.

The firm's sports brands include Manchester United, England, FIFA, Champions League, Le Coq and Wembley, while the toy portfolio includes Disney, Mattel and Marvel

A new position has now become available within the national accounts department for a key account manager to join the team and maximise the opportunities in the UK market.

Experience in the toy or sports industry is preferable, however a commitment to continued success and flair that can be demonstrated in a strong sales track record is far more important.

Managing a strategic range of the firm's high profile accounts and maximising sales growth and profitability, the individual will also be tasked to indentify new opportunities for the business and work with the internal product and marketing teams to deliver solutions.

You will be a creative thinker and have strong negotiation and account management skills as the role involves all aspects of sales development and account management.

With offices in the UK and Hong Kong, it is anticipated the role will involve travel to the Far East and Europe.

A competitive salary package is available for the right candidate.

In the first instance please send your application by email or post, including current salary expectations to

Simon Pickavance
Commercial Director
Hypro International,
Hypro House,
Centrus Park,
Arenson Way,

Email simon@hy-pro.co.uk


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