Mandarin speaking Business Development Executive

***Applicant must be eligible to work in the UK***

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

*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 this role, please apply with your CV, email or call on 0207 029 3799. I look forward to hearing from you!



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!