Corporate Development Manager - Office Equipment - £40-50k OTE

BMS Performance
19 Mar 2017
18 Apr 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Corporate Development Manager - Office Equipment - £40-50k OTE £60-70k + Car
  • Well-Established Office Equipment Firm
  • Market Lading Status
  • Globally Expanding Company
The Role: Based in the South East, the new Corporate Development Manager will be talking to any business in the commercial sector with printing requirements, acting in a purely business development capacity. You will be talking to finance and procurement directors, offer well-priced volume colour printing solutions, setting up long term supply contracts. Full company and product training is on offer for the new Corporate Development Manager here.

The Company
: With over half a century of excellence behind them and a highly experienced management team in support, our clients is number one in their sector and employs over 3,500 staff worldwide. They offer a range of high quality printers, copiers and duplicators with the fastest volume and most cost-effective products in the marketplace. Traditionally very strong in the education sector, they are now seeking a newCorporate Development Manager as they expand into the commercial marketplace.

For this Corporate Development Manager position, we are looking for individuals who meet the following criteria:
  • Strong field sales track record
  • You will have a proven track record of new business sales in a B2B sector
  • A strategic mindset and plenty of self-motivation are essential

Benefits of this Corporate Development Manager role:
  • £40,000 Base Salary
  • OTE £60,000 - £65,000
  • Fully Expensed Company Car
  • Pension, 25 Days Holidays, Mobile, Laptop
Can't see anything that suits you? We only advertise a small proportion of available roles within our FMCG and commercial sales division. Contact us to discuss your background in confidence and we'll give you a measured and realistic appraisal of your background and career requirements[TP1].

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