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Managing Director, AP
Salary: US$200,000 - 250,000 p.a.
Our client is a US technology company providing precision testing and measuring instruments and solutions to the technology, research, medical and other industries. Expanding into Asia Pacific, they require a dynamic professional to lead and build their sales and support team.
- Reports to the VP Sales in the USA.
- Full P&L and operational responsibilities for Asia Pacific.
- Leads, manages, trains and build up a Sales & Support network throughout Asia Pacific including China and Japan.
- Integrates new acquisitions to the expanding team and network.
- Establishes strong relationships with customers and distributors.
- Develops and drives Goals & Objectives for Asia Pacific.
- Technology or Engineering related degree preferably with an MBA.
- At least 15 years of working experience with at least 5 years in a regional Sales Management position.
- Regional Sales experience in Asia Pacific must include China and preferably Japan.
- Familiar with sales of high precision instruments and solutions.
- Have P&L responsibilities with strong business and financial acumen.
- Strong communication and presentation skills in English.
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End of the day it's about getting to know the community and helping the fellow people near you.
Apart from volunteering , neighbour hood events is another way to integrate.
Yes it's not a guarantee that's the reason they will give you.
Years of volunteering as mentioned and continous contribution to the community will speak the difference.
If tomorrow going to apply, today don't go do volunteering.
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Volinteering, help your neighbours, get to know ur community really well.
Participate frequently in Grassroot events in your neighbourhood.
This are the things I feel integrate I mean
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