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Business Development Manager

Stockport, Cheshire, North West, England

£30000 - £40000 per annum


Elevate your career with a dynamic role in mobile telecommunications sales, tailored for a dedicated Business Development Manager with a passion for cultivating new business relationships. This position offers the flexibility of hybrid work arrangements or the option to work entirely from home, for those candidates not based within the North West.

The successful individual will be entrusted with the responsibility of nurturing and expanding a client base, leveraging their exceptional account management skills to foster long-term partnerships. With a focus on B2B contracts, candidates must demonstrate a proven track record in this area.

A key aspect of this role involves the strategic development of new business opportunities. The Business Development Manager will receive approximately 100-150 warm leads per month, targeting potential clients approaching the end of their current contracts within a 3-6 month window. These leads are primed for engagement, offering a fertile ground for growth and sales success.

Communication skills are paramount, as the role includes setting appointments through Microsoft Teams and, for those in the northwest, the potential for face-to-face meetings. 

The remuneration package is competitive, with a total offering of £30,000 to £40,000, inclusive of a company car. This package reflects the value placed on the expertise and commitment brought to the role. Additionally, the position comes with 22 days of holiday and a balanced work schedule of 9-5, including a 1-hour lunch break, allowing for a harmonious work-life balance.

Candidates with a strategic mindset, adept at identifying and seizing new business avenues, while also capable of enriching existing client relationships with a diverse range of products, are encouraged to apply. This role is not just a job; it's a chance to drive your career forward in a sector that thrives on connectivity and innovation.

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