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Marketing Summary

At Lion, we’re really passionate about what we do. About our brands, our products, our innovations and about our place in the community.

Naturally we want only the most passionate people to help us share our passions with our customers.

As the guardians of our icon brands’ relationships with their consumers, our marketing teams are a driven bunch. They understand that we create products that have been part of people’s everyday lives, sometimes for generations. It’s these relationships that we treasure, protect and evolve.

Then there’s the newbies. New markets and new products. Finding, developing or creating new markets for our existing iconic products as well as our latest and greatest innovations.

Our success is dependent on our marketing and how consumers experience our brands. Yes it’s a big responsibility, but an extremely satisfying one.

Marketing roles at Lion are as exciting as they are rewarding, drawing on insights and ideas, experiences and inspirations. So if you have the imagination, and the passion to bring our products to life, we’ll do the same for your career.

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Ben Fisher

I was familiar with Lion from my previous experience in hospitality and knew the brands so was very familiar with the company. I love the environment and talking to people, and I needed to be in a job where I work with good people and can be interactive.

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Jacqui Vanderzeil

Lion are really flexible and accommodating when it comes to work/life balance which is nice. Everyone works hard here and wants to achieve a common goal so we all chip in when we need to, work hard when we need to, but we balance that out so I think we’re quite a unique company in that way.

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Jo Blows

At Lion there are a lot of opportunities if you want to grow, learn and self-develop. I started in a role working on XXXX and James Squires and everyone from day one wanted to set me up for success. The people were friendly, casual and open, and had a real sense of pride in what they did.

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