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Sales and Marketing Representative

Posted By: jedlee

Date: Sat, 9 Feb 2019

Remuneration: $3,000.00

Mobile: +65 86872501

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We are not just a Sales and Marketing business. We are Strategic Builders.


We represent multiple well-known brands from Energy, Telecommunications, Banking Sectors, FMCGs (Fast Moving Consumer Goods) and NGOs (Non-Government Organizations).


As brand ambassadors, we enhance our clients’ branding and reputation by speaking to thousands of people every day for them, about their vision and their products.


We believe that is our people that makes us. From the management level, executive positions, to the back end support, everyone has a role in turning our vision into reality. Like diamonds in the rough, our people are put to the test through training, exposed to different environments, and are encouraged to try and try again. The results are the experience that opens doors for you, and learning that fuels your future.


Join us to explore opportunities, experience, personal growth and career progression!!!


No experience but really want to get started somewhere? Good news is, we select our candidates based on character more skills or experience. If the following attributes best describes you, we'd love to have you on board!


We are committed to provide an equal opportunity platform for you to build a successful career within the sales and marketing industry.


This is a place where undergraduates can excel too! We have the platform for you to develop your EQ and communication skills, gain hands-on experience and most importantly, you will get the opportunity to work with some of best people in our business.


Role:
1. Raise brand awareness - being the voice for our clients through a face-to-face approach (B2B)
2. Differentiate products from competitors
3. Clinch deals among the competitive market
4. On and Off Site management of project, people and territory


Perks and Incentives:
- Lots of learning - Improve Communication Skills, Negotiation, Selling, People Skill, and be placed in Managerial Role
- Fast-tracked Career Progression
- Travelling Opportunities for work and more commonly for leisure
- Systematic Training provided by experienced leaders



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