We are looking for a Business Development Manager in London with experience of working in an educational publishing or EdTech environment. This is an opportunity for a business development focused individual to grow product sales worldwide for a well-established educational software and assessment company. This position is looking for someone ideally speak Chinese or have a good knowledge of the Chinese education market.
• Identify new business opportunities and establish and nurture relationships with key decision makers at international schools
• Generate new leads through cold calling and attending events
• Maintain a pipeline of prospective customers on the CRM system
• Deliver face to face and virtual sales presentations to demonstrate products and generate new business
• Keep up to date with developments in the K-12 sector
• Attend occasional conferences and exhibitions
Experience / skills required:
• Experience working in a consultative international sales role or environment
• Experience selling educational or education software products to the international schools K-12 market
• A knowledge of the international education market or ELT market is desirable
• Proven consultative sales, business development and account management experience
• Strong communication and presentation skills
• Fluency in English is essential and fluency in Chinese would be advantageous
For further information, please apply online or email a CV and salary expectations to email@example.com
Contact: Clare Chan
Tel: 0203 574 4428
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