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National Account Manager (AE962)


London - United-Kingdom

Arthur Edward

Salary: £50-55,000

Can you sell, sell, sell?

Are you gifted in looking after National Accounts?

Do you have impressive contacts to open retail doors?

You will be working for a heart-warming aromatherapy and spa brand reporting directly to the MD.  As an experienced and professional FMCG / Beauty Account Manager it will be your responsibility to develop and implement an effective strategic sales plan with a clear vision on sales with both short term and long term goals.  Using some of your great contacts from grocers & retailers like Sainsburys, Waitrose, Boots, John Lewis, Debenhams etc to maximise opportunities for future growth, maximizing product launches and promotional events.

Being entrepreneurial you live and breathe the next sale and are constantly looking for opportunities with existing and new accounts.

As well as your high-octane sales energy, you will also use your knowledge of numbers and analytics to convert sales revenues, forecasts and new business.

To heat up your career, apply now


To apply for this role please contact Arthur Edward.

E mail your CV quoting the job title and AE number to

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