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Sales Executive Job Description
Our organisation is searching for a highly experienced Sales Executive to operate as a critical intermediary between our company and its customers. In this role, you will be responsible for introducing new products, demonstrating their benefits, and offering advice to clients. You will pursue new sales prospects, maintain customer satisfaction levels, and negotiate deals in person or via email or telephone. The ideal individual will have experience as a Sales Executive, with proficiency in CRM and sales systems and an aptitude for delivering presentations.
Sales Executive Responsibilities
- Research and analyse sales opportunities
- Build and maintain professional networks
- Stay up to date with industry news and trends
- Sell products and services
- Contribute to the team to accomplish financial goals
- Prepare sales and performance information and reports
- Identify opportunities for improvements
- Handle custom enquiries and complaints
- Prepare quotes and business proposals
Sales Executive Requirements
- Proven Sales Executive experience or a relevant role
- Excellent written and verbal English comprehension
- Knowledge of CRM and MS Office software
- Negotiation and marketing skills
- Goal-orientated and self-motivated
- Quick learner with an ability to adapt and respond to achieve results
- Passion for sales and exceeding targets
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