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Business Development Manager

Ahmedabad, Gujarat

Margdarshak Consultants

Job Description

Key Responsibilities
Prior experience of CAD/ CAM / CAE industries would be an added advantage
Some exposure to manufacturing industries or automotive industries preferred.

Key Responsibilities:
Achieving Sales targets.
Cold calling, prospecting, forecasting, business development, territory management, account management
Complete accountability in the sales process, negotiation up to payment realization
Executing strategic plans for key customer wins, competitive wins and customer satisfaction
Coordination with marketing department for leads generation and leads management.
Coordination with technical team for pre-sales (demonstrations, benchmarks) and post-sales technical requirements of customers.
Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; participating in professional conference, networking, lead generation.
Maintaining business ethics, on time reporting and proper documentation.
Build strong customer business relations, references for upsell and cross sell.
Develop market knowledge .
Qualification: Any B.E/B.Tech
Experience : 2- 5 Years

Primary Skills:
Excellent Communication and Presentation Skills, analytical & leadership skills
Go getter attitude High energy level Open for travel Strong business sense and industry expertise.
Commitment to continuous learning for adapting to newer technologies. organization and planning, problem analysis and problem-solving, persuasiveness, adaptability, innovation judgment, decision-making, stress tolerance

Company Description

Leading Hr consultancy.

Additional Information

Last updated:
25/08/2017
Job type:
Full time
Position type:
Permanent
Vacancies:
1
Minimum experience:
Two years
Education:
Compulsory Education
Salary range:
₹ 2,50,000 - ₹ 7,00,000 / Yearly (Gross Pay)
Category:
Jobs in Sales / Business Development
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