For over 5 years, I handle business development for a start-up company where I took care of partnerships with merchants and payments channels - From scouting, contact signing, onboarding and up to retention of partners.
I also head the marketing team for their day-to-day tasks and
Pretty much for my ecommerce career, I also became the assistant of our VIP.m - handling several tasks and projects.
My english writing and speaking, I can say, is in the professional level.
I had 4 years of writing experience for a news outlet jn the Philippines - mostly for public service and news
My marketing skills include content, social media management and markteringcampaigns execution and planning. I had first hand experience with email marketing and social media as well
I just supervise the content creation but the technical part is being handled by the marketing team
Our ecommerce website is built in house. We didnt use any of the ecommerce development tool like Magento and Shopify
I worked for an ecommerce company for specific target audience. Had first hand experience to onboard merchants from contract signing to live date
My user interface design skills mostly revolve on usability testing and analysis pf pain points in using the platform
No software development experience but I helped in usability testing and interviews to find out pain points of customers in using the platform
My finance and management skills mostly just evolve on handling admin finances of the company. Honestly still got more to learn on this
In my 6 years of ecommerce experience, I lead our customer service team for a year before I got promoted to business development. I handled customer support and even merchant and payment channel support
I had to be honest that I have no experience on these factors but Im willing to adapt and learn
Ive handled some projects in 6 years of working in an ecommerce company. Most of them are events and marketing campaigns or even launching of new product.
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