Job - Key Account Executive (Food category) - FMCG, LF Asia (Hong Kong) Limited
LF Asia (Hong Kong) Limited

LF Asia, a member of DCH Holdings, is Asia’s fastest-growing distribution service provider specializing in food, healthcare, beauty and cosmetic products in Greater China and Asean countries. As LF Asia expands, we are looking for high caliber individual to fill the following positions:

Key Account Executive (Food category) - FMCG

Job Ref.CT3108058-01#0010

Job Responsibilities

  • Develop and maintain good customer relationship with assigned key account
  • Ensure promotion activities are well executed at retailed level
  • Control trade spending and maximize business opportunities as well as our product presence at shop front

Job Requirement

  • University graduate in any discipline, preferably in Business / Marketing discipline or equivalent
  • At least 2 years working experience preferably in FMCG industry
  • Proficiency in English and Chinese
  • Presentable, Team player, detail-minded, multi-tasking
  • Good command in Word, Excel and Powerpoint 

We offer opportunities for development in addition to a competitive salary and fringe benefits to the right candidates. Please quote the reference number on your application to

All applications received will be used exclusively for recruitment purposes only. Applicants who are not contacted within 8 weeks should consider their application unsuccessful for the position advertised. Data supplied by applicants will be kept for 6 months.

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