If you have touched a Five Star® notebook, a Swingline® stapler, a Quartet® dry erase board, a Kensington® computer mouse or a simple box of ACCO paper clips, you have touched part of ACCO Brands Corporation, one of the world's largest suppliers of branded office and consumer products and print finishing solutions. We have great brands that people in 100 countries all over the world use to stay organized, such as:
AT-A-GLANCE® Day-Timer® Five Star® GBC® Kensington® Mead® Quartet® Swingline® Wilson Jones® & others
We need great talent at ACCO Brands, and value different talents, aspirations and views to create a highly motivated, action-oriented atmosphere. Our winning team shares the ACCO Brands Vision of being a company that Achieves, Creates, Collaborates, and Organizes. We have a dynamic and healthy culture that is shaped by leaders and lived by employees at all levels.
We are seeking a Regional Product Marketing Manager to join our team in San Mateo, California, working with our Kensington brand. The Regional Product Marketing Manager is responsible for Kensington’s US business for assigned product categories which includes development of product marketing strategies, launch planning, pricing & P&L modeling, and lifecycle management. This role will establish pricing and promotional strategies to drive revenue and market share, and monitors competitive activity & develops TAM (Total Available Market) analysis by key category and customer/channel to maximize sales and profit.
This person will work collaboratively with Channel Marketing and Marketing Communications teams to develop marketing tools for successful product introductions and compelling marketing campaigns. They will Coordinate with sales teams to gain placement and ensure attainment of sell through targets. Also, they will collaborate with the global product management group to establish the right products for the US market place and communicate customer feedback to enhance existing product. The Regional Product Marketing Manager will provide critical forecasting feedback and establish initial forecast expectations for new items. They are also accountable for assigned category’s US Net Trade Sales and Operating Profit.