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May 212017
 


Our client, a finance management company, is looking for a Business Development Manager to develop the company’s brand as well as grow the business through new client acquisition.

Responsibilities:

1. Business Development & Networking

  • Overall responsible for the acquisition of new clients
  • Prepare and make presentation of the company products to prospective clients
  • Ensure clients receive the necessary information to help make informed decisions
  • Identify and target new business opportunities aimed at growing the customer base
  • Sign up new clients for the different products offered
  • Actively network to create awareness for the company
  • Design and manage the monthly Sales Pipeline
  • Manage the cross-selling of products to the existing clients
  • Prepare and submit weekly business development reports to the management

2. Marketing

  • Create awareness for the brand through campaigns, events and online presence
  • Management the digital platforms
  • Ensure constant update of the website
  • Organise and manage events that are aimed at driving awareness and customer acquisition
  • Ensure that the brand is consistent in all forms of communication

3. Customer Management

  • Create and manage the customer database
  • Ensure that all customer queries are responded to within the agreed service level time
  • Enhance relationships by constantly keeping in touch with clients to ensure their needs are met

Eligibility:

  • University degree in a relevant subject in Commerce/Business Administration
  • Professional business training
  • At least 5 years experience in Business Development / Marketing
  • Strategic thinker with a passion for innovation
  • Proficient communicator at all levels, both verbal and written.
  • Demonstrate creativity & initiative and require minimal supervision.

How to Apply

If you are a driven individual who takes initiative, enjoys finding solutions to varying challenges and takes extreme pride in your work, kindly send your application to info@tri-b.co.ke before the 25th May 2017 @ 5pm.

ONLY SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES WILL BE CONTACTED.

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