Business Development Manager

The business development manager (BDM) is often the first point of contact a new potential client will have with a business when they are seeking information on the products and services the company provides. The BDM also responds to RFP's, tenders, and develops sales in new sales territories.

Must Have

· Fluent English language
· Bachelor's degree in Business, Marketing, Communications, or related field.
· Strong verbal and written communication skills.
· More than 3 years of experience.
· Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
· Proficient in all Microsoft applications.
· Superior product knowledge.
· A team player with leadership skills.
· Maintain a positive attitude focused on customer satisfaction.

Job Responsibilities

Build and maintain profitable relationships with key customers.
· Oversee the relationship with customers handled by.
· Enlarge the corporate database customer focusing on the company level.
· Resolve customer complaints quickly and efficiently.
· Keep customers updated on the latest products to increase sales.
· Expand the customer base by upselling and cross-selling as well as providing assistance in satisfying those needs and meeting or surpassing customers’ expectations
· Understand key customer individual needs and address their needs also Collaborating with the team members and departments to optimize the sales effort
· Conduct business reviews.
· Know your competition and strategies accordingly.
· Present, promote and sell services using solid arguments to existing and prospective customers
· Perform cost-benefit and needs analysis of existing/potential customers to meet their needs
· Establish, develop, and maintain positive business and customer relationships
· Expedite the resolution of customer problems and complaints to maximize satisfaction
· Achieve agreed upon sales targets and outcomes within the schedule
· Address customers' queries about products, prices, availability, product uses, and services

N.B. Do Not Attend The Interview Formal.