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Sales / Marketing / Retail Job Hiring in Manila

Metro Manila is home to the country’s most robust retail sector, with more malls per square kilometer than most major cities on earth. Sales, marketing, and retail jobs are, by far, the most numerous openings in most malls and retail businesses. Other industries heavily rely on sales and marketing professionals as well. Use Mynimo to find the best openings in these areas in Metro Manila, as well as everywhere else in the Philippines.
Position
Company
Location
Date
 Assensio Outsourcing, Inc.
Assensio Outsourcing, Inc. 
Home-based
1 week ago
Account Executive
 CEED Marketing Corporation
CEED Marketing Corporation 
Manila, Metro Manila
Established in 1996
51-200 employees
1 week ago
 Bravados International Corp.
Bravados International Corp. 
Mandaluyong, Metro Manila
30 Cordillera Street, Highway Hills
3 weeks ago
Filitastica INC
Filitastica INC
Home-based
2-10 employees
3 weeks ago
Marketing Executive
PHP 25,000 - 45,000 per month
 Happy Living Philippines Corporation
Happy Living Philippines Corporation 
Makati, Metro Manila
La Fuerza Compound Warehouse, 16A La Fuerza Compound, 2241 Chino Roces Ave., ...
3 weeks ago
AXA Philippines - Ablaze Life
AXA Philippines - Ablaze Life
Marikina, Metro Manila
Established in 2008
51-200 employees
3 weeks ago
Product Manager
PHP 30,000 - 40,000 per month
Ambica International Corp.
Ambica International Corp.
Parañaque, Metro Manila
No. 9 Amsterdam Extension, Merville Park Subdivision
4 weeks ago
Trade Marketing Associate
PHP 15,000 - 16,000 per month
Ambica International Corp.
Ambica International Corp.
Parañaque, Metro Manila
No. 9 Amsterdam Extension, Merville Park Subdivision
4 weeks ago
San Lucas Labline Company
San Lucas Labline Company
Manila, Metro Manila
Unit O 15th Floor 8Adriatico Padre Faura St., Ermita
Established in 2005
11-50 employees
1 month ago
Malls and other retail centers play an important part of life in the Philippines, especially in large urban centers such as Metro Manila. Even with the growth of online shopping, traditional retail still makes for the bulk of shopping activities done by most Filipinos and may remain so for decades.  While it is home to large mall chains, it is home to several smaller players as well. These retail outlets also provide a large chunk of the jobs available in Metro Manila. Both small and large chains contribute to the employment of hundreds of thousands of Filipinos, both directly and indirectly. Of these jobs, sales, marketing, and retail positions are the most numerous and are a cornerstone not just of our economy, but Filipino life as we know it.