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  • LevelMid Level
  • LocationLondon, United Kingdom
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  • ProfessionsFashion Logistics Manager

About me

I am a bilingual, hard working, and resourceful professional with global perspectives who is able to plan strategically and work under pressure. After graduated from MSc International Marketing at Newcastle University, I have been working in a variety of roles in different SMEs and start ups in London and Taiwan, which enables me to develop my international business aspects among but not limited from sales & marketing, operations, and to customer service perspectives. I am currently searching for a project management position to utilise my skills and take the next step in my career.

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Work history


Logistics Coordinator

Threads Styling

Mar 2015
  • London, United Kingdom
  • Full Time
  • - Develop and implement systems for effective training, performance tracking, and timely customer service. - Drive daily KPIs such as on time delivery, delivery lead time, shipping cost control, and inventory control. - Support all levels of administration works from products packing, shipping arrangement, delivery and tracking to ensure 100% on time delivery. Manage logistics and plan workload to ensure the process is adequately covered within tight deadline. - Actively engage in operation process re-engineering projects to streamline and optimise the end-to-end operation processes.



MSc International Marketing

Newcastle University

Oct 2012 - Aug 2013
  • Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
  • Completed a 10,000 word dissertation with the topic 'Does Co-branding Work? Yes or No?'. The objective of this research was to explore the effective use of strategic partnership in the context of branding. Co-branding has become, and will continue to be a strategically important marketing initiative widely reviewed by business managers and the research findings aimed to facilitate the enterprises in creating values through effective brand alliance strategy.