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National Accounts Manager


The In Thing is looking for a new National Account Manager as it continues to expand its current team and product portfolio


We are currently trading 30%-40% UP on last year and we are very confident that as numerous new ranges launch throughout the year, our 2012 growth can hit 50%. 2012 will see a huge increase in our own and IP based products. The successful candidate will identify, develop and implement a long-term business strategy for their accounts in order to improve market share, turnover and profitability.


Previous toy experience is essential and applicants must currently manage national High Street or grocery retailers, ideally including FOB sales.


based in North West England


Excellent interpersonal skills are required, particularly in terms of persuasion, negotiation and relationship brokering. Candidates must also be able to plan and organise effectively.


The new recruit will ideally be office based but would certainly be required to spend a minimum of five days per month in the Lancashire-based office.


We have extensive new Hong Kong based showroom facilities so it is anticipated the role will also involve travel to the Far East.


In return, we can offer the right candidate a unique position within a vibrant working environment in a company that is without doubt, currently ‘bucking the trend’ within the toy industry.


Competitive salary package. CVs to: Pete@TheInThing.com


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