Business Development Manager

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Business Development Manager
We are excited to be working with a leading vacant property protection company who is growing rapidly! They are looking for 2 Business Development Managers who are proven salespeople and who can sell with credibility and really listen to their customers in the London and South East region.
We are looking for you to have expereince in property or security systems, CCTV or Health and safety products in property.
Hours of work: Between the hours of 8-6 Monday to Friday
Salary: 45k + bonus Quartey and yearly (OTE up to £65k)
Benefits: Company car, bonus, gym membership, company events
Business Development Manager- The role
* Travel throughout your defined territory to seek out new business opportunities
* Provide quality after-sales support and continuous high levels of customer service
* Maintain accurate records of all opportunities, sales, revenue, invoices
* Work with existing clients to seek out further business opportunities
* Conduct research to identify market trends and customer requirements
* Ability to quote works on site with the client
* Ensuring project updates are recorded in a timely manner
* You will be responsible for offering a tailored security services once you understand their needs
What you will bring
* Proven Sales/ Business Development expereince
* Exceptional skills over the phone and others forms of communication
* Ability to cope under pressure
* Willingness to travel through your territory
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  • Negotiable
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  • CV-182436
  • Permanent
  • 2

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