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Graduate Job Delegate Sales Exec

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: The Graduate Recruitment Company
Reference: 37108
Salary: 12000  

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An opportunity has arisen at one of the worlds leading international conference organisers. You must be confident, articulate and have a burning desire to earn copious amounts of money. The Role Working across a portfolio of international conferences/events, you will be responsible for the selling of delegate space to CEO\\\'s and MD\\\'s of top level companies. Whilst there will be a certain amount of existing business to maintain, the core area will be in new business development. This will include working to call targets and having the confidence to turn those calls into sales. This fast paced environment would suit candidates who want to break in to the international conference arena with a mature attitude and natural ability to sell over the phone. The Company My client is the leading producer of worldwide annual large-scale executive level conferences focussed in the areas of Retail, Supply Chain, Defense, B2B, B2C and Wireless E-Commerce, Finance, Energy, Biotechnology, Human Resources, Manufacturing and Maintenance. Working on some of the finest conferences that the UK delivers means the organiser has to be as proactive as its events. The client, based in Central London offices, are vibrant, yet highly professional, team focussed company who offer outstanding potential for growth. if interested, please apply IMMEDIATELY to richard@grc.uk.net or call 0870 048 9213!!!

Location: London (inner and outer)

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