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25 days ago

Sales Account Manager

LVMH London, England

As Sales Account Manager for Parfums Christian Dior you will be responsible for the management of the counter and team, achievement of counter sales… Glassdoor


12 days ago

Brand Communications Manager (Maternity Cover)

De Beers Diamond Jewellers London, England

(such as the development of advertising campaigns and POS materials) as well as management of detailed execution. We do not rely heavily on agencies… Glassdoor


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    A wonderful, though challenging, experience

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    Former Employee - Senior Marketing Manager  in  London, England (UK)
    Former Employee - Senior Marketing Manager in London, England (UK)

    I worked at LVMH full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Fantastic brands with emotionally driven employees that execute strategies almost faultlessly. Having worked for a few other companies I can safely say that the reason for these brands being so successful is the commitment of the Marketing teams, efficiency of spend and excellence in hiring external consultancy to find a winning strategy

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    Ambition. Once you accept the pay is rubbish and do your job the experience actually becomes very valuable. especially when you leave as you realise they think differently (and often better) than their competitors

    Cons

    The pay is low. No point pretending otherwise. My salary after I left was double (and at a similar level to the position I had there). Work can be frenetic and emotionally draining but that is because you care.

    A long term career there is undeniably difficult if you are not French. Most of their brands are french though so isnt too hard to see why. In addition the HR teams are less interested in personal development than the development of the brand or business as a whole.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Encourage cross fertilisation of ideas between maisons and brands. Surely there is a lot to learn that isnt because this almost never happens.

    Given the challenges of not being French, either teach your staff the language (and stress it's importance) or operate like most other businesses and make English the language you require in order to succed in a global role (unless it is a Chinese or Spanish speaking territory for which the role is responsible)

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