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Regional Business Development Manager (SEA)

Posted By: CathHeadhunter

Date: Fri, 6 Feb 2009

Remuneration: $90,000.00

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A leading Global manufacturer of luxury high-end table top is looking for an experienced SALEs & MARKETING Manager with regional experience in South East Asia to manage and drive sales and business relationships . Responsibilities include working with Country Sales Manager to devlop channels and business.


The right candidate would be a Western Expat with strong tenacity and drive to build the business. SHE /HE would be someone with at least 8 years of experience in the related building trade industry with strong contacts with international interior designers and renovation houses and developers in this region


Remuneration of a minimum SGD 90,000 per annum (base) is expected and will commensurate with experience and value brought to the role .



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