jobs within London for Brand Manager (157)

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Operations Manager- Luxury Brand

Communication skillsGood time managementRetailInternshipCustomer serviceSales roleTraining provided

Brand manager

Advertising, Marketing, PRStrategyTraining provided
Career LegalLondon

Brand Manager - Drinks

Proactive approach Self-motivatedPermanent contractStrategyBonus on top of earningsFree drinks for staffPension

Brand Manager - (DACH)

Proactive approach Advertising, Marketing, PRStrategyBenefitsBonus on top of earnings
LSA RecruitmentLondon

Brand Manager

TenaciousAdvertising, Marketing, PRPermanent contractEntrepreneurial
Nigel WrightLondon

Sales Manager - Brand new state of the art gym

Ambitious Proactive approach Sales roleBonus on top of earningsFast paced working environmentTraining provided
Love Recruitment Limitedstratford

Digital Brand Sales Manager

Communication skillsMedia (Publishing, radio, film, TV)AnalyticsDigitalSales role
Savvy Recruitment LtdLondon

Customer Success Manager - Brand New Tech Start-Up

Experience requiredGraduate jobBusiness DevelopmentConsultancyDisruptive technologyExecutive searchSales roleBonus on top of earningsCommission
Buchanan SearchLondon

Brand Partnerships Sales Manager - Ad Agency

Communication skillsConfident personalityRetailBusiness DevelopmentDigitalSales roleCreative culture & environment
Fused RecruitmentLondon

Brand Manager - Luxury Goods

Communication skillsConfident personalityAdvertising, Marketing, PRApexStrategyPremiums
Apex Resourcing LtdLondon

Brand Manager

Advertising, Marketing, PRDigitalSales roleFast paced working environment
Charter SelectionLondon
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An average yearly salary of £39,786, slightly more than the national average, makes a Brand Manager role in London an attractive post in the Marketing and Advertising industry.

A Brand Manager role carries a lot of responsibility given that they are in charge of not only a product's image and its relevance and ability to resonate with a given customer base, but also liaising with external clients as well as normally leading a team of junior marketers. Primarily, a Brand Manager's day-to-day activities will revolve around developing specific marketing strategies and initiatives by assessing the current marketplace trends in terms of opportunities and competition, implementing these and carrying them out to their full potential, in order to boost a product's presence, market reach and impact to increase sales and revenue. Marketing strategies include hosting events, client interaction, sponsorship deals and all forms of marketing campaigns, be they print or digital. Brand Managers are in constant dialogue with Marketing Assistants, Marketeers, and Marketing Analysts.

Given these responsibilities, Brand Managers need to be not only creative and intuitive in terms of seeking out potential campaigns and opportunities for market growth, they must also demonstrate good business acumen to assess the marketplace and the product's potential and possess a good work ethic. They must be able to interact with both internal colleagues and external clients and therefore must be strong communicators as well as good listeners and possess impressive analytical skills.

Such skills are normally gained through many years of experience in the fields of Marketing and Advertising. To reach a Brand Manager position it is normally expected for a candidate to have had a minimum of 4-5 years of prior experience in Marketing, as well as having performed in a managerial role before, and to demonstrate good knowledge of the brand in question and its performance in the market. Creativity and a solid understanding of both traditional and digital marketing is also important.

London plays host to some of the most exciting Marketing and Advertising companies as a digital and media hotspot and offers an extensive range of opportunities to launch your career as a Brand Manager. Working in London could see you employed at companies such as Harrods, Unilever or Proctor & Gamble, making this the ideal city to develop your marketing expertise.

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