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Sales Executive

Posted By: vodokepteltd

Date: Tue, 9 Dec 2014

Remuneration: Best Offer

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• Present and sell Company products and services to current and potential clients.
• Research new potential clients and assist in calling to arrange meetings.
• Assist in following up with new leads and referrals by cold calling.
• Assist in developing and maintaining sales material and current product knowledge.
• Prepare paperwork to activate and maintain contract services.
• Maintain contracts and other documents and perform other tasks needed to ensure customer satisfaction at all times.
• Receive and manage calls from customers or enquirers on product and services.
• Participate in marketing events.
• Assist in drafting marketing materials, articles and emails to clients.
• Assist in organising events both external and internal.
• Other responsibilities as may be assigned to you by your supervisor.


International travel may be required

Good linguistic and written skills in for simplified and traditional Chinese are preferred.

Please send your resume to [email protected]

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