Delegate Sales Executive 20-24K + uncapped commission!

England, London
£20000 - £24000 per annum + commission
17 Oct 2016
14 Nov 2016
Pauline Francis
Job Title
Sales Executive
Industry Sector
Contract Type
Full Time

With business ramping up, an excellent opportunity has become available for a Delegate Sales Executive--we are searching for a recent grad or experienced individual looking to grab executive sales status! You will be working in a great independent market research firm in the heart of London

Who will you be working for?

Based in barbican, this thriving area of London boasts cafes and eateries on cobbled streets where markets spring up on a regular basis -This is a great location where you can mix business with pleasure. Transport links are great with a main station nearby for buses, the Underground and the Overground.

Our client is a leader in independent market research and analysis, setting their employees free with the opportunities of uncapped commissions and excellent company benefits.

What does the role consist of?

A permanent position has opened up within their sales team. This is a Delegate Sales Executive position that will push employees to drive sales of two leading conference platforms to a global audience. You will be tasked with developing new business, developing new contacts and relationships, closing deals and bringing in your own personal commission!

What will the successful candidate be like?

This role is for someone looking to get into a challenging but rewarding career, where everyday is different and the rewards are big! You will be able to overcome objections, cultivate relationships old and new, and have a solid understanding of the sales process, from sourcing leads, fact finding and closing the sale!

You will be a recent grad, or an aspiring sales executive looking to secure a permanent spot in a great, friendly and rewarding company!


How to apply?

We're hiring as quickly as possible so email or apply with your CV for immediate consideration.

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