Business Development Manager - Existing Accounts


Job summary

Harrison Scott Associates
£Attractive Basic & Commission Structure
Contract Type:
Full Time
Expiry Date:

About the job

We have a rare opportunity with a leading large format company. Part of their success derives from their ultimate goal…to print things that people will fall in love with. Their service, ideas, technology and cost-efficiency make them a supplier that is championed by exciting, discerning clients. Everything from signage, wall coverings, glass manifestation, window graphics, exhibition graphics, displays, vehicle livery, hoardings…you name it, they print it.

They are looking for someone with a successful history of developing business within the large format printing sector to manage a portfolio of existing accounts and achieve long-term success. The reason why we need someone whose sales game is strong is because you will be required to find ways in which you can develop new business using existing customer networks in this role. Success will lie in the ability to use sales experience to suggest actions to improve sales performance within these existing accounts and identifying opportunities for growth.

This unique role will work to satisfy customers’ needs and wants, respond to their queries in a timely manner, and aspire to deliver a positive customer experience while at the same time finding ways to enhance the customer’s marketing initiatives through our client’s printed products/services. Strong communication skills are vital for liaising with customers and cross-functional internal teams to ensure timely and successful delivery of printed products according to customer objectives.

The ultimate goal of this role is to grow the business by building successful, long-term client relationships.

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