MARKETING DIRECTOR - ZETU KENYA LTD, 2010 – 2011
Set up the ecommerce group buying platform
Sig up and management merchants to supply deals
Create marketing and sales strategies to increase sales
Profile and engage major clients for the business
Sign up new partners and manage existing ones.
Research understand and counter competition
DIGITAL BUSINESS EXECUTIVE - NMG, DIGITAL DIVISION 2009 – APRIL 2010
Selling more than seven new online products
Handle advertising and public relations agencies
Prepare and execute presentations and proposals
Participate in review of existing products and development of new ones.
PROJECT COORDINATOR - SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY, VANCOUVER,BC, CANADA, 2008
Direct Event sales and promotions Creating strategies on how to recruit and mobilize students and employers for Career Days
Develop company’s online pages for the online exhibition
Organize panellists and speakers and logistics for the Launch Event
Coordinate and facilitate weekly Career Days Organizing Committee meetings
Work and adapt in a multi-cultural team within the shortest time possible
Client handling and management through virtual and tele- platforms
ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE - MCCANN ERICKSON 2007
Get client briefs and share with the other departments internally
Coordinate with departments to deliver client briefs
Prepare contact reports after every meeting
Set up meetings with clients
Work under account Director to deliver on different campaigns
NATIONAL PROJECT COORDINATOR - AIESEC KENYA, NAIROBI, KENYA, 2004 – JUNE 2007
Oversee implementation of national projects in 9 local chapters model
Create sustainable relationships with local and international partners
Review and adoption of global initiatives in line with Kenyan realities.
Developed a new project ‘Micro Finance & Entrepreneurship program that was adopted by the local chapters
Initiated a business planning writing competition.
Sign a Kshs 2 Million 3 year’s annual partnership with KCB and sustained USD 10,000 sponsorship from Citigroup.
Initiated career fairs that brought together an estimated 2000 students from different universities, 12 international students, 7 microfinance institutions and 57 entrepreneurs and corporate leaders.
Lead Young entrepreneurs program executed across 14 African countries and 9 local chapters with the support of government, corporate organizations and local entrepreneurs.