Our client, a music technology company from the UK is starting its business in Japan and is looking for campaign manager.
The company already has established relationships with audio makers, soundbars, mobile phone providers and streaming devices both in Japan and worldwide.
The role will be flexible on location either working from home or if you prefer in a shared office.
The role will require travel to the UK twice a year and attending some music global events (mainly in Las Vagas). The role will report to the marketing director and CEO in the UK.
- Work across established eco-system (record labels, engineers, streaming services, download stores and playback partners) to identify, co-ordinate and implement integrated (multi-media) local campaigns to drive both awareness and action
- Manage the implementation, tracking and measurement of campaigns and communicate results back to HQ and relevant partners
- Brief and oversee the work of the designated agency in Japan, alongside the HQ Director of Marketing
- Ensure the brand is adhered to in campaigns and in all communication channels
- Working alongside the Director of Marketing and local agency to create, develop and manage the Japanese website, social channels and digital activity, alongside the HQ comms team
Reporting & Budget Management
- Manage an agreed budget
- Ensure local market insights and opportunities are communicated back to the HO business and comms teams
- Demonstrable track record in planning and campaign management
- Demonstrable track record of agency management - 3-5+ years of client and or agency side experience in Japan
- B2B and B2C Marketing experience in the music/entertainment/lifestyle services industry is preferable
- International Marketing experience and project management is preferable
- Japanese fluency and business proficiency in English
- Willingness to travel within Japan and Internationally
- An interest in music/entertainment/technology desirable
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