The Source jobs board: Penguin Ventures

Penguin Ventures is looking to further grow its team with the appointment of a senior category manager.

The successful candidate will be charged with developing the category strategy for the UK softlines business, manage the licensee portfolio and seek out and secure new business to grow the category and deliver revenue.

They will be responsible for identifying and negotiating new licensing opportunities for key softlines categories including apparel, home furnishings, accessories and nursery for all of the company’s properties within the UK.

For full details on the role – and to apply – simply click on this link.

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