Subscription Sales Manager - Publishing / Event company

Posted 4 April by Caselton Clark Easy Apply
I am currently searching for a Senior Sales Professional to join my client on their flagship Subscriptions product.

You will have a range of responsibilities, changing day to day however revenue targets will be most integral.

Other core responsibilities will include;
* Liaising with various internal teams to ensure the best versions of your product are available for your consumers
* Open, negotiate and close deals
* Managing a large book of business and looking to grow these accounts where appropriate
* Becoming a real thought leader in the product, have a working knowledge of competitor offerings and how to differentiate our client's from these.

This is a really substantial position with a large scope for development and I'm looking for someone who thrives under pressure and is really looking for a new opportunity to tackle. Successful candidates MUST have at least 2 years' experience in a Business Intelligence/Subscriptions based sales role.

In addition to this I am looking for someone who possesses;

* Degree level education or equivalent
* Experience in managing key accounts and brining on board new business
* The ability to process information logically and thoroughly and respond to this in a level and professional manner

This role is a great position to elevate your career with a well-respected and forward thinking organisation.

Please don't hesitate to apply today - send your CV across to to be considered.

Caselton Clark are a specialist recruitment agency for business intelligence, digital media and events.

For our latest vacancies please visit www.caseltonclark.co.uk or contact us on .

Required skills

  • B2B
  • Subscription Sales
  • events
  • membership
  • publishing

Reference: 34824138

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