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Global CRM Manager
£65,000 + Benefits
This is a fantastic opportunity to become lead CRM on a global scale for a leading tech brand across Europe and Asia. You will play a pivotal role delivering data driven recommendations and strategy across the business.
CRM MANAGER - THE ROLE:
This is an exciting opportunity for a skilled CRM Manager eager to take on a challenging role, encompassing all aspects of delivering and managing a fully integrated communications strategy.
You will work with a dedicated team of CRM and Campaign Analysts, to help develop a data driven approach to campaign planning, execution and analysis, seeking to increase ROI and customer loyalty. This is an exciting time of investment and growth and the company are eager to delve into understanding customer journeys in more depth and developing innovative acquisition and retention strategies to increase customer loyalty and reduce churn.
YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:
Salary for this CRM Manager role is up to £65,000 plus a comprehensive benefits package
HOW TO APPLY:
Please register your interest by sending your CV via the Apply link on this page
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