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Business Development Executive

Posted By: Renjini

Date: Tue, 6 Oct 2020

Remuneration: $1,500.00

Mobile: +9015 9549

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We are a Singapore headquartered startup introducing a Digital Market Platform for home based services , looking for a Dynamic, Passionate and Motivated executive for our new venture. You are a self-starter who lead by example and effectively interact with home based service providers/Freelancers and implement marketing plans and strategies


Company Profile : Startup – Mobile platform for
Digital Market place
Job Title : Business Development
Executive
Education : Diploma/Degree ( MBA
Freshers/Less Experienced
candidates are Welcome)
Location : Freelance/Work From
Home(Supporting Singapore Location)
Type : Full time/Part time


Other Requirements


• Passionate and willing to Work, lead for a startup from the beginning
• Excellent verbal and written communication in English and Chinese or English and Malay
• Able to communicate with vendors effectively and implement marketing plans and strategies
• Develop effective growth strategies that apply both to financial success and customer success.
• Develop relationships with industry professionals, vendors and other personnel.
• Research the market to identify , new markets, and customer needs.
• Negotiate with vendors to solidify the terms of each contract. Ensure each contract adhere to regulations and guidelines.
• Maintain the integrity of confidential information.
• Previous work experience with engaging Aircon Service, Cleaning, Beauty & Wellness, laundry etc service providers will be added advantage


Please reach us on
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Contact Number - +65 9015 9549
Email - [email protected]
Whatsapp link - https://wa.me/6590159549




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