Our client is a very famous, globally renowned bags & travel gear group of brands covering both leisure and business attires.
To maintain the existing presence, and to further enhance the online awareness and penetration of the brands across the Asian countries, the company is inviting a talented eCommerce Manager to come join and to lead, and be part of their ambitious online expansion plan.
What you get:
Attractive basic salary + plus performance bonus
Regional role with chance to travel (allowance included)
A well established group of brands with steady growth
As the lead of the regional eCommerce hub, you will oversee, and will be the main point of contact for the eCommerce teams from a list of countries across Asia
You shall produce and review regional eCommerce strategies and toolkits for local eCommerce team in other Asian countries to adapt
Provide guidance and advice on Business Development, Campaign Management and daily eCommerce operations to the eCommerce teams across regions.
Develop and own the eCommerce initiatives for a set of brands' at regional level
Drive and project manage regional sales-focused digital campaigns
Establish a standard of best practices to be adapted in all Asian countries under your management, and ensure best practices are enforced
Run analysis/produce reports to measure performance of activities & campaigns
Degree in eCommerce, Digital Marketing, Business Administration or a related discipline
At least 5 to 6 years experience in eCommerce management, ideally from a regional role
Working experience in consumer-focused brands, or agencies servicing consumer brands essential
Working knowledge/understanding of eCommerce platforms and digital analytical tools including but not limited to Demandware, Hybris, Google Analytics, etc.
Possesses a strategic mindset, yet with the ability and willingness to implement/execute campaigns
Exceptional communications and presentation skills, with the ability to turn complex topics into easy to digest instructions/guidelines for others to understand or to follow
Must be able to handle pressure, make crisp decisions and adapt to ah-hoc situations and projects
Fluent English a must; fluency in a Asian language highly preferred (Mandarin, Japanese, Korean, Thai, etc.)