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CDN MARKETING MANAGER - LONDON, BERKSHIRE
£70,000 - £85,000
EXCELLENT CORPORATE BENEFITS
Global communications organisation seeks to appoints an experienced CDN Marketing Manager with a strong focus on Account Based Marketing - to help secure additional sales to existing accounts as well as developing a targeted customer base within key market verticals whilst working closely with the Sales teams and other internal functions.
Responsibilities / Requirements:
? To collaborate cross functionally with global marketing, marketing operations, and sales teams to develop highly successful campaigns in line with business objectives.
? To translate marketing strategies and opportunities into marketing programmes, using direct communication via direct mail or email, events, PR, social media, digital marketing etc.
? To execute on-time, accurately, and successfully all plans, designs, and executes marketing programmes to drive customer interest and demand.
? To monitor campaign impact, effectiveness, and market penetration rates to formulate recommendations to continually improve results.
To be considered you MUST have:
? A proven track record in a CDN Marketing position.
? Marketing & sales experience in software or hi-technology industries, preferably in B2B marketing.
? Experience working with sales teams and supporting programmes to drive awareness and sales; actual sales experience is desirable
? Be a user of marketing and sales force automation tools (e.g. Marketo, ######.###, etc.)
? Experience of Account Based Marketing and strategies.
? Excellent communication skills: verbal, written and presentation
? Ability to work independently and take the initiative
? Good understanding of the IT Market.
Keywords CDN Content Delivery Networks marketing manager Account Cloud telecom IT Media
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