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What are brand ambassadors?
Broadly speaking, brand ambassadors work with companies to increase awareness of their brand and products.
Brand ambassadors can encompass a wide variety of job roles and responsibilities, covering both full-time and part-time employment. Therefore, the day-to-day responsibilities of a brand ambassador will always vary depending on the hiring organisation, however they typically require similar personality traits and skills. You’ll need to be passionate about the product and brand, but also about people and building relationships.
Is a brand ambassador a social media influencer?
In recent years, the title of ‘brand ambassador’ has been commandeered by social media influencers. In a social media context, brand ambassadors are paid to promote a brand, product or service.
They’re often selected by brands on the back of the size of their following and engagement rates. Social media brand ambassador roles typically aren’t paid per hour and don’t offer any of the job security you’d find with a traditional brand ambassador role.
What are the main job roles as a brand ambassador?
The main job roles for brand ambassadors can vary wildly depending on the type of organisation that is hiring. Brand ambassador roles can include:
In-store brand ambassadors
- These roles require you to build relationships in a retail environment with your colleagues and increase product knowledge and brand advocacy. You’ll typically function as an extension of the in-store team, helping to drive sales of specific products and building advocacy for the brand.
Merchandising brand ambassador
- Merchandising brand ambassadors usually have to travel to multiple stores in order to promote products. Your work may include setting up promotional fixtures and POS displays. You’ll be responsible for ensuring that retail staff are properly educated about your product, and you can also expect customer engagement and staff product training to form part of your day-to-day activities.
Sales brand ambassador
- Sales brand ambassadors are focussed on driving sales of a brand’s products or services, often in a retail setting. It’ll be your responsibility to ensure the brand is represented at its very best in the store. You’ll need to be proactive in approaching customers and not be afraid to actively sell and demonstrate products. You may also have sales targets to fulfil, as well as specific store objectives to meet, which are set by the brand.
Travelling brand ambassador
- In some cases, brand ambassadors may be required to work on a travelling basis, driving across the country to promote products or services to other businesses. You may be required to undertake research for the brand, scoping out prospective clients and identifying potential sales opportunities. Part of your job could also include putting together sales presentations, tailoring them to your audience.
Where do brand ambassadors work?
Brand ambassadors can find themselves working in a wide range of locations, depending on their role. Your work as a brand ambassador may find you working in a busy through-fare in a town centre, or it could involve you travelling between retail stores setting up merchandise and educating members of staff.
Alternatively, you could find that your brand ambassador role doesn’t require you to travel at all, in which case you may be advocating the brand via email or phone from your home office.
How much can you earn as a brand ambassador?
The average pay for brand ambassadors ranges between National Minimum Wage per hour and can be as much as £17 per hour. In some cases, you may find that your role involves sales targets which may make you eligible for bonuses, if you meet them.
How to become a brand ambassador
What brand ambassador jobs does redwigwam offer?
Job searching can be an exhausting experience. We understand how difficult it can be to sift through hundreds of potential jobs and have to painstakingly pick through each opportunity one at a time. There’s only so far you can get searching this way, however redwigwam offers a solution that takes all that hassle away.
Redwigwam works with many brands and agencies all over the UK. Brand ambassador jobs are amongst our most popular, and are regularly added to our AI-powered system.
You’ll find all the different roles described above!
Is redwigwam for me?
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Are brand ambassador jobs part time or full time?
Brand ambassador jobs can be either full-time or part-time, depending on the role. Redwigwam has connections with companies across the UK looking to hire brand ambassadors.
Register for free and you’ll be able to benefit from these connections, getting fast-track access to the part-time and full-time job opportunities that we find on a daily basis.
What other jobs are similar to Brand Ambassador roles?
Brand ambassador roles can be varied in their scope and often share responsibilities with other jobs such as Sales, Customer Services, Sales Assistants and Sales Executives.
Can anyone be a brand ambassador?
Absolutely anyone can be a brand ambassador, however there are a few personality traits and skills that it may benefit you to have.
Companies hiring brand ambassadors usually look for self-motivated people who can show tenacity and passion for their role. Brands may also be more likely to hire you if you have experience in their specific industry, or if you’ve previously worked in customer service or retail.
What skills do you need to be a brand ambassador?
Prospective brand ambassadors benefit from having excellent communication skills, are tenacious, target-oriented and able to build relationships with all types of people.
It also helps to be a persuasive talker and be willing to actively problem solve in order to help further the brand’s objectives.