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Manager, Marketing Strategist
To perform complex activities in consolidating marketing plans from all functions in Marketing Group, as well as to develop strategy roadmap as guidelines to all functions, in order to ensure that operations are planned and implemented smoothly, as well as to ensure operations are in alignment with overall Telenor Group’s strategic initiative and direction
YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES * Ensure understanding of policy and procedures of marketing strategy/plan consolidation operations, in order to understand tasks needed to be carried out, according to function’s policies and frameworks, as well as to ensure alignment and compliance with legal regulations and with Telenor Group’s overall direction, standards and governance * Conduct in-depth market research and analysis on consumer’s lifestyle, competition landscape and other related trends, in order to support and facilitate consolidation of marketing plans from all function across the Marketing Group * Coordinate and execute key activities in the process of aggregating and consolidating marketing plans from all functions across the Marketing Group, in order to produce marketing master business and action plans, as well as to provide holistic view of Marketing Group’s strategic direction * Develop complex marketing activities roadmap, including activities and guidelines, for consolidated marketing strategy and operations master plan, in order to provide direction to other functions in the Marketing Group regarding their roles and responsibilities in business operations * Perform complex activities to brief and seek agreement on each function’s roadmap and action plans to all relevant parties, in order to implement marketing activities accurately and in a timely manner * Facilitate coordination and maintain communication of complicated strategic and…...

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