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Lieutenant Victor

ASSISTANT MARKETING MANAGER

Summary

7 YEARS’ EXPERIENCE IN DEVELOPING AND EXECUTING MARKETING STRATEGIES WITH THE UNIQUE ABILITY TO UNDERSTAND THE ONGOING MARKET SCENARIO AND CUSTOMERS TRENDS USING EXCEPTIONAL MARKETING COMMUNICATION SKILLS, INCLUDING: STRATEGIC PLANNING AND STRATEGIC LEADERSHIP, DECISIVE: CAPABLE OF DELIVERING QUICK SOLUTIONS TO THE MARKETING CHALLENGES, EXTENSIVE WORK WITH ALL SOURCES OF MEDIA CHANNELS, RESULT ORIENTED: ABILITY TO ACHIEVE TARGET WITHIN GIVEN TIME.                                                                                                       

Skills

  • ANALYTICAL THINKING
  • PROJECT, BUDGET, TEAM MANAGEMENT
  • CREATIVITY AND ORGANIZATIONAL GROWTH
  • MARKETING RESEARCH AND TREND ANALYSIS
  • TARGET AUDIENCE SEGMENTATION AND NEGOTATION
  • SYSTEMS EVALUATION AND STRESS MANAGEMENT

Work Experience

ASSISTANT MARKETING MANAGER

ABDULLATHIF INDUSTRIAL INVESTMENT COMPANY

Present

  • Slashed Administration costs by 30% through negotiating pricing and fees, while ensuring the continuation and enhancement services.
  • Took full P&L responsibilities of each customer and to develop a business plan and sales strategy collectively with agents in different regions to support sustainable growth
  • Established effective distributor management processes to track sales activities and other KPI to ensure the distributor performance meet the expectations
  • Advising senior management regarding market development, business model options and distributor strategies
  • Achieves marketing and sales operational objectives by contributing marketing and sales information and recommendations to strategic plans and reviews; preparing and completing action plans; implementing production, productivity, quality, and customer-service standards; resolving problems; completing audits; identifying trends; determining system improvements; implementing change.
  • Meets marketing and sales financial objectives by forecasting requirements; preparing an annual budget; scheduling expenditures; analyzing variances; initiating corrective actions.
  • Determines annual and gross-profit plans by forecasting and developing annual sales quotas for regions; projecting expected sales volume and profit for existing and new products; analyzing trends and results; establishing pricing strategies; recommending selling prices; monitoring costs, competition, supply, and demand.
  • Identifies marketing opportunities by identifying consumer requirements; defining market, competitor’s share, and competitor’s strengths and weaknesses; forecasting projected business; establishing targeted market share.
  • Improves product marketability and profitability by researching, identifying, and capitalizing on market opportunities; improving product packaging; coordinating new product development.

Education

MASTERS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

San Jose State University

Jul 2012

SPECIALISED IN MARKETING AND FINANCE, CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR, MARKETING MANAGEMENT, MARKETING RESERACH, INTERNATIONAL MARKETING, MARKETING STRATEGIES, PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT AND DESIGN, BRAND AND PRODUCT MANAGEMENT, MARKETING SERVICES, MANAGING CUSTOMER AND BUSINESS RELATIONSHIPS.

Project

CUSTOMER SATISFACTION ON FOUR GAPS ON LIFE INSURANCE CORPORATION

SURVEY, ANALYSIS AND DOCUMENTATION

GAP 1 (UNDERSTANDING): THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CONSUMER EXPECTATIONS AND MANAGEMENT PERCEPTIONS OF CONSUMER EXPECTATIONS

GAP 2 (SERVICE STANDARDS): THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MANAGEMENT PERCEPTIONS OF CONSUMER EXPECTATIONS AND SERVICE QUALITY SPECIFICATIONS.

GAP 3 (SERVICE PERFORMANCE): THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SERVICE QUALITY SPECIFICATIONS AND THE SERVICE ACTUALLY DELIVERED

GAP 4 (COMMUNICATIONS): THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SERVICE DELIVERY AND WHAT IS COMMUNICATED ABOUT THE SERVICE TO CONSUMERS

GAP 5 (SERVICE QUALITY): THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CUSTOMER EXPECTATIONS OF SERVICE QUALITY AND CUSTOMER PERCEPTIONS OF THE ORGANISATION’S PERFORMANCE.

 

MBA IMMERSION PROGRAM CONDUCTED BY MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE OF SINGAPORE (MDIS) IN SINGAPORE AND MALAYSIA FOR 7 DAYS.

PART OF THE TEAM

Apr 2012

Languages

  • English
  • French
  • Arabic
  • German

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