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Sales Account Manager

Posted By: Timeo-performance

Date: Mon, 23 May 2016

Remuneration: Best Offer

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Timeo-Performance is a Management Training, Recruitment, Headhunting and Consulting specialist providing services for global MNCs operating in Asia. We are also Akteos Asia, expert and leader in Intercultural Management Training.

Due to continuous success, we are looking for a passionate Sales talent to join our team in Singapore, to develop and grow within our company.

Reporting to the Head of Sales, you will be responsible for identifying opportunities, prospecting new accounts and developing business relationships.

Your role will include:
- Participating to formulating business strategies
- Identifying new markets and business opportunities
- Hunting for new clients and opening doors to new opportunities through marketing leads, networking, calling, emailing and meetings.
- Initiating contact with targeted individuals to discover their current needs, introduce the value proposition and qualify opportunities
- Growing our company and promoting the brand alongside the company founders
- Presenting our services to potential new business customers
- Supporting the negotiation of new agreements
- Gathering market and customer information and providing feedback on our market trends
- Representing Timeo-Performance at trade exhibitions, events and networking sessions
- Recording sales and preparing reports for the Management team

Skills, attitude and behaviour:
- You are a confident, ambitious and driven individual with 3 years minimum sales experience and a proven track record within the Service industry.
- You have a previous experience selling training / events / recruitment or other related services.
- You have already demonstrated commercial understanding and experience in selling to Senior level executives.
- You have a strong interest in cross-cultural differences.
- You bring with you strong entrepreneurial skills with high level of energy and motivation
- You are organized, autonomous, and looking for developing yourself in a human size organization.
- You are tenacious and persevering, with a strong ability to negotiate and convince.
- You have excellent spoken and written communication skills.

Working Environment:
- Tight knit and supportive team.
- CBD Location.
- Work closely with European and Local experts in global business.
- Learn, develop and grow with help and support from your team.
- Freedom to shape and create your own future career path.

To apply please send your resume to: [email protected].

We look forward to hearing from you!

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