graduate business development executive in london

10 April 2019
data entry, pareto law
job type
£ 25,000 - £ 35,000 per year, £25000 - £35000 per annum
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sub specialism
Business services
job type
working hours
£ 25,000 - £ 35,000 per year, £25000 - £35000 per annum
reference number
data entry, pareto law
01625 255 255
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job description

Sector: Software/Tech

Our client is a market leading tech company, operating a unique risk scoring platform dealing with fraud and compliance. They’re looking for ambitious graduates to add to their fun, modern central London office in order to enhance their reputation further!

Business Development Executive Package:
  • A competitive basic salary of £25,000
  • Y1 OTE of £35K
  • Full, bespoke training
  • Excellent scope for progression
  • Regular socials in an inclusive, welcoming environment
  • Lucrative bonus/incentive schemes
  • Fun, modern office sin a highly sought after London location
Business Development Executive Role:
  • Obtain a comprehensive footing in the company’s offering and marketplace
  • Strategically generate leads, identify, research and reach out to key decision makers
  • Regularly engage with clients over the phone in order to schedule appointments
  • Build the company’s value proposition any way you can – networking and gaining referrals through social media and existing accounts
  • Assist in executing outreach campaigns
  • Shadow client meetings, engaging with customers face to face, with an eye on your progression
Business Development Executive:
  • Educated to degree level
  • Possess exceptional communication skills
  • Self-motivated, with a strong desire to succeed
  • Willingness to travel
  • Commercial acumen
Next Steps:

If you require this job specification or to apply in an alternate format please visit the pareto website.

(Please note that due to the high volume of applications we receive we are unable to contact all applicants directly. If you haven’t heard from us within 28 days please consider your application to have been unsuccessful.)