Mandarin speaking Business Development Executive

The Business Development Executive is responsible for the development of the Chinese market to generate new business from existing and non-existing customer database to ensure the growth of the company's products across international business worldwide.

Responsibilities include:
*Meet and exceed targets and KPIs as set by your line manager
*following up on all inquiries; inbound, call and web inquiries
*Identify potential new and emerging opportunities within the international schools' market
*Present new products and services at every opportunity to generate new business
*Build on customer relationships and create referrals from existing customers base
*Win and recapture customers lost from the CRM database
*Deliver sales presentations, both face-to-face and virtually to demonstrate the products can effectively improve student levels of attainment


Requirements:
*Preferably one year of experience working in a B2B sales environment
*Experience of account management
*Experience of outbound calling and consultative selling
*Excellent interpersonal, communication skills
*Strong negotiation skills
*Excellent time management and organization skills
*Competent computer skills / knowledgeable in MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint
*Fluent in English and Mandarin in both oral and written



If you think you have the right experience for in this role, please apply with your CV, email w.yang@eurolondon.com or call on 0207 029 3799. I look forward to hearing from you!

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Wendi Yang

About me: I grew up in Xi’an, a City in central China and moved to the UK to discover different cultures and experience the European lifestyle. Before moving to London, I lived in Liverpool for 2 years. I have worked in recruitment for over 3 years now and mainly focus on the Chinese Market. The reason why I love what I do? Recruitment offers a day-to-day challenge which makes you develop determination and mental toughness.

In my free time I enjoy going to the country side on long hikes or bike rides.   I also enjoy a cold beer on a sunny day.

Fun fact: I hiked up the Mount Hua, known as one of the most dangerous hikes in the world!

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