Country Manager Belgium F/H

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  • Type de contrat :  CDI

  • Temps de travail :  Temps plein

  • Lieu Bruxelles

The Company

Shopopop, is a peer to peer delivery system, allowing individual to deliver one another. The concept is very simple, people "shoppers" can take advantage of their daily commute to pick up goods and deliver at someone's place at the most convenient timing. By doing so the shoppers earns a few euros. It's a pure sharing economy business model, based on community rather than self employed crowd.

Today, Shopopop is a game changer on the "last mile delivery", for its unique approche binding flexibility and economical value.

Created in France in 2015, we are now expanding to Belgium and we are looking for the right person to take care of operations.

Job Description

As country manager, your task will be to establish a running business in Belgium. You will work jointly with the co-founders, and other country manager (Italy, Portugal).

You will first discover the heart of Shopopop in France, how do we run things? who are the people behind the company?

"Business First", in the beginning, you will work on getting partners (mostly in the grocery business) in order to start operations (deliveries) as soon as possible.

Then you will have to set a small team gathering various skills (marketing, customer success, sales).

The office will be set in Brussels.

Wanted profil

You have a strong entrepreneurial mindset, at first you will have to do "everything" (marketing, sales, customer success) with the support of the French team.

You understand and apply the concept of "fail fast, learn fast".

Fluent in French, Flemish

Experience in Retail is a plus, but proven fast learning skills can cover for it

An good understanding of the startup environnent is required (ecosystem + tools)

Langues souhaitées

  • Flamand Flamand - Niveau Bilingue
  • Français Français - Niveau Bilingue

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