With the success of their smartphones in the Nigerian market, Gionee is interested in hiring a new Marketing Manager.
Preferably someone with experience in retail and the mobile industry. Their requirements are not extreme and are very practical. I can literally smell CVs from Slot on the hiring manager’s desk from here.
It was only 5 years ago that Gionee launched itself into the global market by selling low-budget smartphones mostly in developing countries; and now, they claim the title of the 10th largest mobile phone brand in the world by volume, and even developed the world’s slimmest smartphone in 2014. They recently began taking the Nigerian market a little more seriously by introducing high-end smartphones like the Gionee Elife E7.
I am impressed by their efforts so far. If you are interested in this role, you can apply here.
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