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Business Development Manager

  • Location:

    City of London

  • Sector:

    Become UK Client Services

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £35000 - £46000 per annum

  • Contact:

    Amelie de Candolle

  • Contact email:

    amelie@becomeuk.com

  • Job ref:

    BBBH408850_1669117183

  • Published:

    15 days ago

  • Expiry date:

    2023-01-21

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Our client is one of the UK's biggest Shopper Marketing agencies, due to a period of growth, they are on the lookout for a Business Development Manager to join their vibrant and successful team.

This role is suited to highly proactive and determined individuals with a strong background in sales - looking to make their mark within the uniquely fast paced FMCG sector where you get the opportunity to work with world class brands and retailers. You will be tasked with managing the new business cycle from end to end - initial prospecting and lead generation to meetings through to new client acquisition, as well as managing social marketing channels from the website to LinkedIn and monthly marketing materials.

Key attributes include:

A strong and resilient business approach, with creative flair and able to tailor strategies that are fit for purpose and client appropriate.

The ability to market research and development strong knowledge of key acquisitions for the group

Excellent project management skills whilst overseeing new business margin target

A proven track record of delivering business growth in a fast paced, challenging environment

A solutions focused mindset and strong influencing and interpersonal skills.

The successful applicants will be be able to demonstrate and evidence successful sales strategies and outcomes in figures as well as giving detailed examples of strategic thinking and creative approaches to new business. This is a fantastic opportunity for driven and commercially focused individuals looking to work for an exciting employer with a rewarding and fun working environment