|Experience Required||2 years|
|Employment Type||Full Time Job|
|Vacancies Available||1 available|
Join a leading financial services firm in Singapore
Open and supportive work culture with career development opportunities
Competitive salary and incentives
Our client is Singapore's leading financial firm that partners with other professionals and institutions to provide clients with business and financial solutions. Led by a well-respected industry expert, the Company also works with law firms to provide clients with customised solutions from an entire suite of services. From large corporations to individuals and their families, the Company is well-equipped to provide any financial related advice.
You will be responsible for :
Achieving monthly sales targets by identifying and developing new customers.
Ensuring high levels of customer satisfaction as well as upsell and cross sell potential within existing customers to maximise share of wallet.
Coordinating pre-sales and post-sales follow up.
Achieving and exceeding weekly and monthly KPIs.
Resolving customer inquiries and requests and ensuring strong customer satisfaction.
Organising data and generating deep customer insights in order to enhance sales force productivity and effectiveness.
Monitoring and analysing key sales and business performance indicators and trends to drive strategic and tactical business decisions and also coordinating and ensuring accuracy of sales forecasts.
Ensuring Sales process adoption and compliance and also identifying opportunities for improvement in the sales process and systems to ensure greater sales effectiveness and efficiency.
You ideally have experience in a B2C Sales/Account Management, Customer Services, Sales Operations/Support or similar role.
You possess excellent interpersonal as well as written and verbal communication skills.
You are highly goal driven and work well in fast paced environments
You are a self-starter and demonstrate a high level of resilience
You are a strong networker & relationship builder
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.