Business Development Manager

Andy File Associates Limited are working on behalf of their client as a Recruitment Agency with regards this permanent vacancy.

Our client is well established within the Exhibitions & Events industry, they design and build award-winning custom-built exhibition stands throughout the UK & Worldwide.

Due to continuing success our client are now looking for a Business Development Manager to join their team.

The role

  • Sourcing of new potential sales leads from cold calling through to delivery of brief document
  • Responsible for various sales reporting procedures
  • Manage extensive client database and everything else involved in the creation of new sales leads
  • Show marketing at large international exhibitions all over the world forms an important part of this exciting opportunity
  • To pro-actively target any leads generated
  • To identify any margin improvement opportunities on all clients.
  • Manage time and workload to ensure work is completed
  • To identify any additional services which may be presented to new clients
  • To work closely with the Sales Director to maximise the target sales strategies.
  • Visit existing clients to offer new services
  • Work closely with Account Directors, Project Managers and Design teams

 

Skills and Experience

The role is very much sales driven and an essential part of that will be to cold-call on prospective new companies both internationally and in the UK, and looking for other ways to develop new business opportunities. You must have a high level of entrepreneurial flair and enjoy the challenge of new business and the big win, be self-motivated, organised, self-disciplined, and have strong interpersonal and communication skills to present to clients face-to-face and to build effective relationships at all levels.

 

If you have worked within the Exhibition & Events Industry, have Business Development/Sales experience and are looking for a new exciting opportunity contact me to discuss or apply now!

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Business Development Manager (Exhibitions/Events)

Andy File Associates Limited are working on behalf of their client as a Recruitment Agency with regards this permanent vacancy.

An opportunity has arisen to join a multinational creative agency with a number of offices across the world as Business Development Manager.

The role is very much sales driven and an essential part of that will be to cold-call on prospective new companies both internationally and in the UK, building and maintaining strong client relationships.

Responsibilities
– Demonstrate a thorough understanding of the client business and corporate objectives
– Record all interactions and company insight in the agency CRM system
– Face to face client meetings
– Support the creation of RFI documentation at early stages of a tender response
– Target new business opportunities
– Show walking
– Drive new briefs
– Marketing
– Build a sales pipeline of new business opportunities

Skills and Experience
– Previous experience in a Business Development Role, identifying and qualifying opportunities
– Proven track record achieving sale targets
– Industry experience essential (exhibition, live events. B2B)
– An excellent communicator
– Pro-active team player
– A good understanding of exhibitions, events and ideally experiential marketing

If you have strong presentation skills, a proven sales record along with previous experience within the Exhibitions/Events industry please get in touch.

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Sales Manager (Exhibitions/Events)

Andy File Associates Limited are working on behalf of their client as a Recruitment Agency with regards this permanent vacancy.

Our client is well established within the Exhibitions & Events industry, they design and build award-winning custom-built exhibition stands throughout the UK & Worldwide.

Job role
– Report to Managing Director
– Manage and generate sales for the Company to achieve personal targets
– Organise and gather show information on a monthly basis
– Identify new shows with Sales Team to meet agreed targets
– Identify 10 key shows to target and implement email marketing and follow up telephone calls with Sales Team and Administration Support
– Client Account Management – liaise with customers ensuring that information is received/queries answered and quotes and cost analysis is completed on time – in conjunction with Customer Liaison Manager, Project and Sales Teams
– Ensure design work for own projects is produced and submitted in a timely manner
– Support Sales and Marketing activity e.g. attending Exhibitions; sending out mail shots; undertaking research
– Estimate own jobs being mindful of company-wide pricing ethics and job hours
– Monitor costs and implement cost reduction policies through the utilisation of stock items
– Complete Weekly Sales Status Report
– Provide excellent customer service to both external and internal customers through every aspect of the role
– Other duties as and when requested/identified for the Company or its associated companies

Skills and Experience
The role is very much sales driven and an essential part of that will be to cold-call on prospective new companies both internationally and in the UK, and looking for other ways to develop new business opportunities. You must have a high level of entrepreneurial flair and enjoy the challenge of new business and the big win, be self-motivated, organised, self-disciplined, and have strong interpersonal and communication skills to present to clients face-to-face and to build effective relationships at all levels.

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  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.