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Marketing Executive

Posted By: DianaP

Date: Wed, 1 Aug 2018

Remuneration: Best Offer

Mobile: +65 84330815

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Company overview
Our affiliation has been in this industry for over 53 years, we are currently ranked above top 10 in global and top 3 in local market. We have been in this industry way too long and have seen all kinds of situation, we have the insights and experience to guide you along. We are currently expanding our company strength as our clientele base expands and searching for fresh grad to join us!

Job description
This position will let you know gain more insights as well as experiences, differentiate the importance of each and every event. We aim to maximise profits through developing sales strategies that match client requirements and by promoting products, services or ideas. As time goes by you will be able to enhance/improve your networking skills and gain the ability to foresee long term plans.

•Work with other departments within the company to bring in additional help on creating sales presentations when needed
•Meet clients to discuss their evolving needs and to assess the quality of our company’s relationship with them
•Help improve brand awareness and social media presence in cooperation with the marketing department
•Complete market research and analyse results to adjust marketing strategy for maximum success
•Use current available data to accurately forecast proposals and set appropriate performance goals
•Putting together a content marketing strategy for the company
•Attend meetings with managers alongside trainee/rookie
•Defining target audiences and build rapport

•Strong communication skills and good problem-solving skills
•Capability to deal with stress and peer pressure
•Good leadership skills and Organizational skills
•Meticulous to details and willingness to listen
•Creative and great at time management
•Critical thinking and great analytic skills
•Confident and ambitious individual

•Various monthly incentive (electronics, travel, cash and etc)
•Incentivised overseas trip (based on performances)
•3 months training from top leaders in company
•Spacious open concept office environment
•Walking distance from the MRT station

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