A leading London trade publishing house has a new vacancy for a talented Brand Manager to oversee the brand strategy for their high-profile bestselling marquee authors.
This is a unique career opportunity for someone with the right brand management experience and skillset to be able to communicate the agreed brand marketing and promotional strategy across external stakeholders and internal departments including; marketing, PR, sales and publishing.
As Brand Manager you’ll enjoy a very wide role remit. You’ll be involved in all aspects of the development of major international author brand campaigns for both trade & consumer activity across all new and backlist titles.
You’ll be the first point of contact for the authors, both directly and also via their agents, holding regular meetings to communicate all marketing and promotional activity both in the home, international and rights markets.
You’ll report to work closely with the Group Marketing Director and also work with the Group Digital Head on developing the online and social media presence for the brands.
Other aspects of your role would include being the main link between the international distributors and publishers, management of the creative development and management of all additional material used to enhance backlist and liaising with external stakeholders on author websites and mailing lists.
This publisher would welcome applicants who are either very experienced Brand Managers and those less experienced Brand Executives but feel more than ready for their next career step up.
An excellent salary is on offer for the right candidate, plus bonus potential and Company benefits are part of the overall package. You’ll be based in Central London within reach of the national train, bus and tube networks.
If this super role sounds like it could be of interest to you, then please get in touch with Danny Parnes for more information.
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