|Salary Range||SGD 3000 - SGD 6000|
|Experience Required||5 years|
|Employment Type||Full Time Job|
|Vacancies Available||1 available|
Opportunity to drive the firms business strategy
A role that is required to handle great responsibility
Work closely with regional leaders
Enjoy flexible working options
Our client is a FinTech startup backed by a top global incubator. Headquartered in Singapore with operations across South East Asia, they provide small and medium businesses convenient financial services including debit and credit card products, digital banking and cash management systems.
This role is based out of our client's fast-growing Singapore office. You will work closely with Singapore's Head of Banking on the firm's business strategy initiatives. You will be expected to handle great responsibility and drive the business strategy, while strengthening relationships with potential partners. You will also be required to identify possible opportunities and generate new business for the company.
Your work will include:
Closing deals that are brought in by business development leads.
Managing client relationships from deal closure to repeat business.
Measuring and reporting performance of portfolio, gaining insights and assessing against goals.
You possess a Degree/Diploma from a top tier institute.
You have at least 5 years' experience in B2B Sales / Business Development or a similar role.
You have a solid track record of exceeding sales targets.
You have worked with senior stakeholders in your previous roles.
You are a driven individual with a sole focus on performance and quality outputs.
You have a sense of ownership towards any project or task assigned and always work in a result oriented fashion.
Great mix of analytical and sales skills are required.
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