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Business Development Manager

Posted By: Mohammed Fakrudeen

Date: Wed, 22 Jan 2020

Remuneration: $5,000.00

Mobile: +6531582208

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Role : Business Development Manager
Location : Singapore
Permanent


Client : Urban Clap


About the Role


In the next 3 years, UrbanClap wants to be synonymous to home services across Singapore. We are a high growth and a fast moving organisation, and plan to grow multifold year on year to reach an S$ 50 million annualised revenue run-rate within 3 years of operation. The BDA role will be a key in achieving this goal, since the person would be helping in managing the business P&L for the category he / she works with. The individual should have both the ability to think sharply and also execute at a fast pace.


You would be expected to have:


• Work like the owner of the business
• Understand the supply side of the market and help scale high quality supply
• Creating service delivery norms and processes for the category, and help implement them
• Impart necessary training to on-boarded service professionals on these norms and how to use UrbanClap


Job requirements



• 2 years of experience across sales, business development, operations or user growth
• Strong-willed, sharp problem solver and hands on!
• Hustle and get things done attitude. This is not a typical 9-5 job
• Ability to build a business from scratch and have the passion to make a difference in the world we live in


Regards
Mohammed Fakrudeen / Talent Acquisition
[email protected]
Direct : +6531582208



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