Place: Cairo, Egypt
Company: Nestle Business Services
To provide and manage POS materials, to maximize sales results using an appropriate portfolio and effective support and promotion activities.
a day in the life of
– To search for, identify and effectively use new sales opportunities based on information on market, customers, products and competition.
– To configure channel strategies based on the data obtained and participate in the formation of strategies for sales of product groups.
To plan effective promotion activities that support the OP’s delivery and are consistent with the marketing framework.
– Rate them afterwards. To register and regularly control the spending of TTS resources (budget for technical hotel only).
– To actively cooperate in the formation of the business plan and improvement of the product range.
To collaborate and communicate closely with members of the sales team, marketing team and other departments.
– Coordinate cooperation between sales representatives and customers to achieve promotions.
To prepare ‘Tailored’ offerings for critical clients, together with FWM, KAM and WSS specialists
Propose, prepare and manage demos for Culinary NP clients.
To produce accurate sales forecasts, in collaboration with other managers and team specialists, for joint sales, new product sales, promotions, and limited releases.
To create and manage POS materials for sales team needs (analyze and manage stock of support materials, ensure efficient distribution, manage budget for transportation and warehousing, collaborate with suppliers in close collaboration with the procurement department).
– To create and be responsible for fulfilling the orders of the NP Culinary Department in SAP
What will make you successful?
– 1-3 years experience.
– Proficiency in communication skills.
– Strong analytical skills.
– Detail oriented and organized.
Proactive towards clients and colleagues.
Headquartered in Vevey, Switzerland, Nestlé was founded in 1866 by Henri Nestlé and is today the largest food and beverage company in the world. Sales for 2006 were 98.5 billion Swiss francs, with a net profit of 9 billion Swiss francs. We employ approximately 265,000 people and have factories or operations in almost every country in the world.
The company’s strategy is guided by several basic principles. Nestlé’s current products grow through innovation and innovation while maintaining a balance in geographical activities and product lines. Long-term capabilities are not sacrificed for short-term performance. The company’s priority is to provide the best and most relevant products to people, wherever they are, and whatever their needs, throughout their lives.