Sales Executive – New Business
SportBusiness Group is the leading supplier of information covering TV rights ownership, sponsorship opportunities, deal values and news about the business of sport.
We have an exciting opportunity for an energetic and hungry individual to join the team as a new business sales executive to drive through new sales.
Our expectations in terms of our successful candidate’s dedication and willingness to deliver a high quality and quantity of work are high; in return we offer a substantial remuneration package worth up to £46,000 per annum – however note our commission scheme is uncapped so you can really realise your earning potential in this role. We also offer ongoing coaching, fast developing information solutions and career development for high levels of performance.
It’s an exciting time to be joining us - The business has a track record of growth and is now developing rapidly to accelerate sales and deliver further success. Working within the existing sales team this new role will suit a self-starter who has an entrepreneurial spirit and the confidence to act as a pioneer – we need you to reach out to prospective subscribers and convert them into new customers. An interest in the fast paced and rapidly evolving business of sport will also be advantageous.
The successful candidate will have a high achievement mentality and be entrepreneurial in approach. If you are committed to building a successful and profitable sales career and have a successful track record in the following then we want to talk to you as soon as possible:
- At least 1 year of business-to-business sales experience
- Consistently raised the bar versus targets & KPI’s
- Pitching new business, prospecting and pipeline management
Please apply with your CV and cover letter.
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