Business Development Manager (Sales)

  • Full Time
  • London
  • Salary Guide: £42,500 - £63,750

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Last Frontier Property Limited

Business Development Manager (Sales) - Grows our base of customer clients. This position is critical to achieving the business objectives of Real Prop... Role: Development Manager, Category: IT & Telecoms, Size: N/A

Business Development Manager (Sales): Last Frontier Property Limited

Business Development Manager (Sales) – Grows our base of customer clients. This position is critical to achieving the business objectives of Real Property Management. The role is responsible for building connections through integrity and leadership and for creating and maintaining trust in our expertise.

Position: Business Development Manager (Sales)
Location: London
Hours: Full Time
Salary Guide: £42,500 – £63,750
Last Updated: 19 June 2022
Job Category: IT & Telecoms

Business Development Manager Role:

The business Development Manager, or Business Development Director, is a professional who focuses on growing the business and extending the reach of its products or services in order to increase revenue. Duties include identifying new sales leads, pitching the companys goods and services and building and maintaining strong relationships with new and existing clients and suppliers.

Other Duties:

  • Identifying new business opportunities, including new markets, new clients, new partnerships or new products and services
  • Creating strategies to successfully reach new business opportunities
  • Building relationships with new clients, gauging their needs and developing proposals to address these needs
  • Maintaining and developing relationships with current clients
  • Pitching sales and products to new and existing clients
  • Attending conferences and events to build relationships with industry partners and stayind up to date with new trends
  • Creating sales forecasts and actively working towards reaching them
  • Possessing a strong understanding of the companys products, the competition in the industry and positioning
  • Managing and training a business development team
  • Collobrating with design and sales teams to ensure that teh requirements are met



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