Account Manager

  • Full Time
  • London
  • Salary Guide: £30,000 - £60,000

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Brandview Limited

You will be joining an extremely successful team who have played a key part in growing our digital business for many years. Working on our intelligenc... Role: Account Manager, Category: Sales, Size: >500

Account Manager: Brandview Limited

You will be joining an extremely successful team who have played a key part in growing our digital business for many years. Working on our intelligence platform The Work, you will be allocated a group of our existing accounts and work with them on their annual subscription to ensure that you retain and grow the revenue. Working with key agencies and brands, you have the opportunity to create relationships that can change their business. The Work has been through a huge transformation and is now a key part of LIONS success as we transition into a business that is more than just the event.

Position: Account Manager
Location: London
Hours: Full Time
Salary Guide: £30,000 – £60,000
Last Updated: 12 May 2022
Job Category: Sales

Account Manager Role:

An Account Manager, or Client Manager, serves as the liaison between the company and its customers, ensuring outstanding customer service and client satisfaction. Duties include developing account plans, managing client relationships and delivering proposals.

Other Duties:

  • Communicating to clients clearly and addressing their concerns and resolving any conflicts that arise 
  • Raising clients’ business concerns and needs to the company’s management
  • Negotiating and closing business contracts with existing and new clients 
  • Delivering sales pitch to prospective clients
  • Preparing and presenting business and account updates to the company’s management and clients
  • Monitoring the budget of the client, explaining costs or expenditures and discussing new terms if necessary
  • Following up clients to ensure they are satisfied with the company’s products or services
  • Contributing information to sales strategies by assessing current product results, monitoring competitive products, assessing needs to be filled and analysing customer reactions



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