This is your job
The Product Marketeer leads the portfolio and innovation strategy for the Asia-Pacific and Middle-Eastern markets (APAC-MEA). You create winning portfolios for your region and actively contribute to the renovation and innovation funnel. In close collaboration with sales and trade marketing you ensure that all products continue to set the highest standards across all markets. Developing and implementing a solid strategy for growth helps you to increase the customer base. You have a passion for food and in-depth insights in the world of foodservice and chefs. The Product Marketeer becomes a ‘master of potatoes’ and sets compelling USP’s for the product portfolio.
Farm Frites is looking for a passionate and results driven Product Marketeer with a can-do mentality. You have extensive product management experience in food and know how to innovate and lead your portfolio to success. Flexibility and creativity are important. Experience in foodservice is a plus. You can handle P&L responsibility and help develop strong business cases. The right person is a loyal and communicative team player who feels right at home in an ambitious and professional team of marketeers. This role involves some travelling to your region (about 10% of your time).
What the organisation offers you
A marketing position with a broad scope of responsibilities at a strong global player in the processed potato market. A company that invests in marketing, is dynamic and professional and offers you the spirit of a family owned business. A head office in Oudenhoorn where the personal development of employees is highly valued and promoted. The opportunity to travel (about 10 %) to emerging markets.
- 4+ years of product management experience in food and beverages, preferably in foodservice
- Talent for project management, planning and organisation
- Strong communication skills, team player, passion for food
- Positive, proactive, results driven and eager
- Bachelor’s degree in Marketing or International Business
- Excellent command of Dutch and English