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New Business Development Consultant

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Description: 

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Identify and Target prospects to secure new business appointments, this is done through cold calling (physical door to door calling or telephonic calling)
  • Gaining a clear understanding of customers'' businesses and requirements by listening to customer requirements and presenting solutions appropriately
  • Negotiating the terms of an agreement and "closing the deal".
  • Challenging objections with a view to getting the customer to buy with the client.
  • Creating detailed proposal documents, often as part of a Tender, RFQ, RFPs and formal bidding process which is largely dictated by the prospective customer.
  • Gaining a clear understanding of customers'' businesses and requirements.
  • Making accurate, rapid cost calculations and providing customers with quotations.

Education and Skills:

  • Matric pass and completion
  • Must be experienced in Courier and New Business Sales
  • Computer Literacy: Google, Word, Excel and CRM System
  • Methodical, articulate and systematic
  • Excellent Communication Skills {Written and Oral}
  • Strong Administrative Skills
  • Candidates should have a vehicle license and roadworthy vehicle.
  • Candidates must have a smart phone and be prepared to use it in the maintenance of clients and generation of new business
  • Candidate must have a likable demeanor and be able to interact easily with customers / colleagues
  • Energetic, high action person.
  • Well Groomed appearance
  • Self-starter and Self-motivator

Employer: 

Boardroom Appointments

Location: 

Sandton

Salary: 

R50 000.00 Monthly

Job Reference: 

779969

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