|Experience Required||5 years|
|Employment Type||Full Time Job|
|Vacancies Available||1 available|
A self-directed and ownership driven sales role
Fantastic work culture in a growing Singapore HQ Company
Excellent opportunity to lead a sales team
Our client is a Singapore headquartered startup that is consistently recognised for their innovative technology in providing one-stop platforms and a rich digital rewards marketplace to drive sustainable business performance for over 250,000 users across 125 companies.
You will be responsible for :
Driving sales objectives and achieving commercial budget and targets.
Identifying new sales opportunities and building client relationships.
Managing the sales process to close new business opportunities.
Building a high performing team by providing strong mentorship, coaching and guidance.
Ensuring timely recognition and reward for top achievers and implement performance management actions when needed.
Ensuring use of proper use database and tools to track performance.
Building strong and collaborative relationships with other internal stakeholders.
Monitoring market trends and providing regular competitor analysis.
Driving monthly /quarterly sales objectives and providing sales forecasts.
Conducting monthly sales reviews and quarterly business reviews with Country sales teams.
You have at least 5 years experience within a B2B sales/ account management role, ideally within the IT Software / Solution Sales / Insurance / Enterprise Tools industry.
You possess solid expertise in Direct Sales to Mid-Size and large Enterprise Companies
Having experience within Startup / Team Management would be a strong advantage.
You have solid experience and network in Malaysia across range of industries
You possess excellent interpersonal as well as written and verbal communication skills.
You pay strong attention to detail and deliver work that is of a high standard
You possess strong analytical skills and are comfortable dealing with numerical data
You are a self-starter and demonstrate a high level of resilience
Business gains have been wiped out by the pandemic.
Virgin Atlantic is seeking protection under chapter 15 of the US bankruptcy code
The acquisition is said to be over $80 million
Most of them have taken out a loan.
The company added $200 billion to their value this year.