Distribution Manager

OUR CLIENT:
A FMCG start-up in the bottled and drinking-water segment in Tanzania.

JOB TITLE:
Distribution Manager

REPORTING TO:
CEO

JOB LOCATION:
Bukoba Municipality, Tanzania

RESPONSIBILITES

·       Supervising and planning activities including receiving, warehousing, and transporting systems from headquarters and to service points and customers

CEO [CLOSED]

OUR CLIENT:
A FMCG start-up in the bottled and drinking-water segment in Tanzania.

JOB TITLE:
CEO

OVERSEEING:
Finance, Logistics, Sales, Marketing

REPORTING TO:
Board of Directors

JOB PURPOSE:
To give overall direction and leadership toward the achievement of the company’s vision, mission, and annual goals and objectives.

Head of Sales (CLOSED)

JOB TITLE:
Head of Sales

REPORTING TO:
CEO

LEVEL:
Senior

OVERSEE:
Account Managers 

Industry:
ICT

JOB PURPOSE:
Ensure profitability and optimal performance of the Sales Team, as well as delivery of service to clients while maintaining and growing client relationships.

Our First Newsletter!

Welcome to the first edition of The Genesis – our resources and information packed newletter for you! Inside, you will find coverage of topics ranging from understanding the dynamic of Generation Y, honing your presentation skills for that big day and executing leadership skills at your workplace.

We hope you enjoy our first endeavor and we look forward to hearing from you on email, Facebook and Twitter.

Generation Y - Re-shaping our workforce

We constantly hear, read or discuss about changing attitudes at workplace – and more specifically, the evolution of the current workforce. Who are these individuals, and why have they gained so much of importance of late?

Gen Y – in short, are individuals born between the year 1981-2000, who are commonly also known as Millennials. Their characteristics exhibit traits of confidence, embracing diversity and proficiency of technology, which hands them the term “Digital Natives.” These individuals have experienced historic events such as introduction of the Internet.

The World's Best Companies for Leadership

GE and P&G once again occupy the first two steps of the podium. And many others from 2010 remain highly rated: McDonald’s, Coca-Cola, Accenture, Siemens, Wal-Mart, Unilever, Microsoft, PepsiCo and Southwest Airlines all feature again this year. Microsoft has climbed the list to #4, while IBM has rocketed to #3 from an honorable mention in 2010. Nestle and 3M have made similar strides while Toyota and Johnson & Johnson have jumped from outside the list to high rankings.

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