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Business Development Manager

Business Development Manager, West London

Salary: £35k

The Company

Our clients have marked 30 years at the forefront of a competitive industry.

They are one of the UK's top travel management companies.

Their people are the core of their service.

Their team are ingenious, creative and knowledgeable.

In an increasingly competitive business arena, our clients bespoke consultancy helps their clients further reduce costs and save time, company-wide, with proactive account management and insightful reporting.

The Role & Responsibilities:

As the Business Development Manager you will develop and close new business within a variety of sectors that will include the Insurance and I.T sector.

You will be selling a range of travel management and expense management solutions, pitching to senior level executives.

You will use your proactive skills to generate new leads, and close new business using your excellent communication and presentation skills.

This role will be margin based, so the ability to be savvy with financials is key, to ensure you sign the most profitable deals for the business, but also ensure you receive as much commission as possible!

The ideal candidate will lead initiatives to generate and engage with business partners to build new business for the company.

This candidate will be focused and have strong communication skills.

They should be able to think critically when making plans and have a demonstrated ability to execute a particular strategy.

The ability to communicate, present, and sell is more important than travel industry experience


? Candidate must be able to bring Corporate clients with them
? 3 - 4 years prior industry related business development experience (including travel management or expense management)
? New business sales experience not just reactive sales
? Proven knowledge and execution of successful development strategies
? Focus on selling into insurance or IT would be