Business Development Manager | Print Management | London


Job summary

Mercury Search and Selection
Salary To Attract The Best
Print Management
Contract Type:
Full Time
Expiry Date:

About the job

This is your chance to build your earning potential through growth of key company accounts as well as being given the chance to develop and progress your career. If you have a strong knowledge of digital print and a consultative approach to working with a range of clients, we want to hear from you today!


Business Development Manager | Print Management | London | Salary To Attract The Best


With over 100 years’ experience in the world of print, this organisation combines the most knowledgeable team with the most modern of technology. Making them one of Britain’s biggest names in digital print. They are proud of their high profile client base and have a great reputation for their state-of-the-art approach and creative solutions.


As Business Development  Manager,  you will be responsible for:

  • Building long term relationships by delivering fantastic service
  • Managing and growing key company accounts
  • Representing a company that prides itself on it’s forward thinking approach
  • Sourcing and winning new business selling a full range of digital products and high end marketing materials
  • Covering London



Key attributes required:

  • A proven track record developing new business 
  • Background in selling digital print
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Proactive approach to relationship development
  • Ambitious and career driven with a desire to develop into a future senior position


An outstanding opportunity to accelerate your career and join a leading organization who truly invests in their people. If you believe you fit the criteria, apply today to find out more!

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