Business Development Manager
We are looking for a business development manager for a well-established and secure group of companies.
Headed up by vastly experienced directors who have taken brands from start-ups to some of the most recognisable in the UK – you are in safe hands and have amazing opportunity to absorb their knowledge like a sponge.
You are going to be someone who has proven experience selling event services and be able to come in and not need your hand held. You’ll enjoy autonomy and making things happen.
The average deal size is £20,000 – £30,000 and you will be target and working with non-household PLC’s, selling things like sales conferences, awards & recognition dinners as well as corporate festivals (which obviously have higher price points).
They have a superb offering, they just need someone to take this to market. It’s an established brand with a great network – this is a really lovely BDM role!
It’d be great to see tangible achievements and figures on your CV/cover letter – so please make sure you include them!
There is really positive approach to hybrid and flexible working here. It’s accepted that different people thrive in different environments, so you will be supported and encouraged to work in an environment that facilitates that. Their office is just outside of Milton Keynes and you will need to be in commuting distance of that, as you will need to attend the office for meetings/work 2/3 days a week.
From a salary perspective, you are looking at between £55,000 and £60,000 (doe) as a base with a great bonus scheme as well other corporate benefits!
If you are interested or want to know more, call me, send me a message, DM, carrier pigeon – whatever is easiest. We encourage anyone who feels they are suitable to apply, we love seeing diversity in our applicants. We use specialist technology to ensure there is no gender bias in our adverts.
We respond to everyone, naturally. We sometimes make mistakes and miss things from CVs, so you will be given an opportunity to receive feedback and discuss the role in more detail if you feel necessary.