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  • Product Marketing Coordinator (B2B)

    Job Location CA-ON-Brampton
    Posted Date 3 months ago(11/5/2018 2:36 PM)
    Marketing, Digital and Communications
  • Overview

    Product Marketing Coordinator (B2B)

    Are you an outgoing individual who has strong relationship building skills? Do you also possess superior communication skills? As the Product Marketing Coordinator, you will be the expert on the Wide Format portfolio and will be engaged with launching products to the Canadian market, enabling Sales and marketing teams to sell and promote our portfolio.


    Key Responsibilities

    • Define and coordinate local launch for new PPSG products and/or upgrades in the Canadian marketplace
    • Advise the Marketing team on topics important to customers and/or prospect base, related to the use of our products, in order to determine effective marketing tactics
    • Develop and provide quality content to support marketing and sales campaigns
    • Coordinate RFPs with Sales teams and other stakeholders in order to facilitate delivery of accurate, professional and timely responses 
    • Gather market and competitive intelligence in order to help develop appropriate strategies, programs, and tactics to drive business
    • Prepare presentations for exec management on product roadmaps, marketshare and future projections and present the same, when required


    To Succeed, You Will Have

    • Post Secondary education in a related field is preferred
    • 2-3 years of related work experience is required
    • Superior analytical skills to analyze sales database to determine potential sales opportunities, analyze marketing programs and current trends to determine future programs
    • Advanced equipment operation skills are required to operate PPSG product line
    • Strong project and process management skills
    • Excellent computer and technical skills with a focus on Adobe Creative Suite; Microsoft Excel and Powerpoint 
    • Ability to balance multiple tasks and projects simultaneously
    • French is considered an asset


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