JOB OF THE WEEK: Warner Bros

The entertainment company's consumer products division is recruiting a Trade Marketing Manager.
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Warner Bros Consumer Products licences the intellectual property rights of the Warner Bros portfolio, which includes the likes of Looney Tunes, The Hobbit, Scooby Doo, Batman and Superman.

As trade marketing manager, you will work with key retailers and licensees to grow revenues and enhance the profile of our brands.

Supporting and driving retail sales, you will provide the strategy and execution for trade marketing, while also playing an active part in cross-divisional marketing, retail programmes and implementation.

You will be tasked with implementing brand strategy and liaising with colleagues in film and television. On the trade side, you will devise customer-specific marketing programmes, identify the retailers who will drive the most growth and work alongside category managers.

The ideal candidate will be a good relationship builder, who is able to facilitate campaigns and have the analytical capability to measure their effectiveness.

You’ll bring a strong understanding of retail dynamics in the UK, from mass market to high end, across all media channels.

Experience within a licensing company is an advantage as is exposure to European-wide business. A well-organised, self starter, you will have a business or marketing degree (or equivalent professional qualification) and the managerial skills to supervise the work of the licensing co-ordinator and a creative marketing intern.

For details on how to apply, and to read the vacancy in full, click here.


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