An exciting opportunity has arisen for a highly motivated and driven sales professional to join a leading Educational Publisher at the forefront of the international education space. Our client, based in London, is seeking a Regional Sales Manager to cover the Middle East & South Asia territories.
Based ideally in our client's bright, modern London office, the Sales Manager will be responsible for promoting and maximising sales within the Middle East and South Asia regions. Travelling up to 10 weeks of the year, your role will entail:
·Offering excellent customer service to schools, booksellers and agencies in the region
·Managing relationships with agents and booksellers
·Reporting on market conditions, budgets and forecasts
·Working closely with team members to offer training and development
·Ensure overseas representatives are kept informed & trained on new print & digital products
·Identify new markets and revenue streams in the region to achieve sales growth
·Attend in-house meetings to share market feedback and to help inform future publishing and marketing strategies.
Ideally the Sales Manager for the Middle East & South Asia will have experience of international sales, within the area of education, or a related sector. They will have strong communication and presentation skills, and great enthusiasm to achieve success. The ability to work both autonomously and as part of a team would be useful, as well as being exceptionally organised, numerate with strong interpersonal skills.
In return, our client offers a competitive salary, bonus and excellent benefits, along side the chance to travel to exciting parts of the world and grow and develop a long lasting career.
To find out more and be considered for this rare opportunity, get in touch now!
Closing date: 14th April 2019
For a full description of the role, please send your CV with a brief paragraph outlining your relevant skills.
Closing Date: Early applications may be prioritised.
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