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Exciting new Product Manager role (IAM UK) (Midlands based)

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We are very excited to be supporting one of the world’s largest component manufacturers for the automotive industry with their efforts to further increase their market share in the UK independent aftermarket.

As their footprint in the UK aftermarket grows, they now have a strategy to establish product management in the UK, following on from a previous European support mechanism. The search is now on for the very first Product Manager, located in their Coventry office, to establish product management as a stand alone function reporting in to Europe, but being an integral part of the UK team as well.

In this role, you will be responsible for defining and executing the product line strategy by pricing and range management, as well as providing recommendations towards channel and promotions activities in order to achieve the sales plan in cooperation with the sales- and supply chain teams.

The role requires an experienced and competent Product Manager, with a track record achieved in the UK independent aftermarket. Ideally, you will have experience of working for a major brand or distributor, with the ability to work independently and the drive and motivation required to establish nad grow a new regional function.

For more information, please send your Cv to, or call Cathy Richardson on 0845 269 9085 for an informal discussion.

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