Job - TOPSHOP - Sales Advisor, LAB Concept (Hong Kong) Limited
LAB Concept (Hong Kong) Limited


We are looking for fashion lovers who are passionate about TOPSHOP TOPMAN to take up the following position:

TOPSHOP - Sales Advisor

Job Ref.CT3101565-01#0673

This role

A Sales Advisor loves TOPSHOP and is confident connecting with our customers. You will naturally strike up a conversation with customers of differing age groups, and be able to help our customers’ outfit build or simply find out what they want.


  • Knowing your stuffs about TOPSHOP and using this knowledge to help the customers to find out right product in the right size. You also show commitment in driving sales
  • Maintaining an amazing shopping experience for our customers


  • Able to be our fashion role model and loving TOPSHOP brand
  • Excellent with communication skills
  • Enjoy to work in fast moving environment
  • Able to work on your own but also working as a team

To apply for this exciting opportunity, please click here to fill in the online application and upload your CV.  

Your contribution and dedication will be rewarded with a competitive salary and benefits package including medical benefits, staff purchase discount, annual leave entitlement, best in-class training, and an exciting and rewarding career.

LAB Concept, the contemporary retail management arm of Lane Crawford, is partnering with TOPSHOP in providing operational expertise for the British style authority's first site in Hong Kong.

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