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Senior brand partnership manager

  • Full Time
  • London

Fanbytes is an influencer marketing agency that helps brands like Ubisoft, 2K, King, and Miniclip to reach Gen Z through influencers on Snapchat, Instagram, and TikTok.

We’ve rapidly grown the company to be named as one of the most influential companies in advertising as quoted by “The Evening Standard” and Forbes. Toys and gaming have increasingly become part of our focus and we are looking for an experienced Brand Partnerships Manager to come in and eventually lead that division.

Responsibilities:

  • Identifying and outreaching to key brands and partners to sell our creative solutions.
  • Representing Fanbytes at industry events and speaking about our work in running campaigns.
  • Responding to inbounds and RFPs from brand
  • Creating and pitching proposals to brands and agencie
  • Leading a team of account executives and account managers in driving revenue for your pod

Requirements:

  • At least 3 years of selling creative solutions to brands or agencies.
  • Experience of working towards sales targets and managing one’s workload.
  • An extensive book of contacts in the toys and gaming world
  • Proficient with numbers and excel with the ability to interpret numbers to make decisions.
  • Creative and confident with words to draft proposals and campaign ideas for brands

Salary and Benefits:

  • Competitive salary + commission
  • Rapid growth – the role is one step on the journey to being the Head of our new Toy and
  • Games subdivision.
  • Clear Progression to becoming a key part of the commercial leadership team.
  • We’re a team of young people that believes in working hard, but also creating a fun environment. Think team breakfasts, weekly socials, and company days out.

To apply for this job email your details to jobs@fanbytes.co.uk.

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