Business Development Executive
Business Development Executives are in charge of implementing marketing plans in order to maximize business performance and increase sales. Their responsibilities include organizing business events, implementing marketing strategies, interacting with potential clients and business partners, and cold calling prospects.
Oversee the sales process to attract new clients.
Work with senior team members to identify and manage risks.
Maintain fruitful relationships with clients and address their needs effectively.
Research and identify new market opportunities.
Prepare and deliver pitches to potential investors.
Foster a collaborative environment within the organization.
sets realistic expectations with the client.
· Preparing PowerPoint presentations and sales displays
· Contacting clients to inform them about new developments in the company’s products
· Developing quotes and proposals
· Negotiating and renegotiating by phone, email, and in person
· Developing sales goals for the team and ensuring they are met
· Training personnel and helping team members develop their skills
High-level communication skills.
Proven ability to negotiate.
Experience with design and implementation of business development strategy.
The ability to self-motivate and motivate a team.
Experience working to and exceeding targets.
Ability to build a brand.
In-Depth Knowledge of the Agency Business.
Strong communication and IT fluency.
What's great in the job?
-When it comes to organizational growth, business development acts as the thread that ties together all of a company's functions or departments, helping a business expand and improve its sales, revenues, product offerings, talent, customer service and brand awareness.
-Business development executive is an excellent job for people who enjoy being part of a corporate management team. You can do well as a business development executive if you have strong interpersonal and leadership skills, a knack for numbers and sales strategy, and the ability to work well under pressure.