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Graduate Job German Delegate Sales Executive

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: The Graduate Recruitment Company
Reference: 35955
Salary: 17  

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Your Profile World Market Leader looking for Graduates who can sell!! And speak German!!! You will need to be professional and persuasive above all, but any phone sales experience would be an advantage! The team you will being going into is one of the highest earning teams in the company, so you will need to be able to match the drive and ambition of the current high fliers!! A competitive nature will be rewarded, but a good team focus is also vital! The Role This particular role requires a fluent German speaker ! The role of a conference sales executive is to follow up huge marketing campaigns and persuade the relevant movers and shakers in the industry that they simply CANNOT afford to miss this event! As you become an expert in your field, you will be building relationships with some of the most important names in your sector, putting your name at the top of the pile when it comes to getting the best information on the market! The Company With offices in over 35 countries, the company is the world market leader in the field of high profile conferences - Your clients will be the senior managers and directors of blue chip companies! Their conferences are all business to business and they attract world class speakers from all over the world - The company's international reputation and over twenty years experience will only help you in your aim to be one of the best delegate sales executives in the world! If you think you deserve a chance to work with the best, call 0870 048 9210 or mail martin@grc.uk.net

Location: London (inner and outer)

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