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Senior Sales Executive

Up to £29000 per annum + 25% OTE
Sales & Sponsorship

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Senior Sales Executive
Central London
Up to £29,000 + 25% bonus

Do you have great experience within the Event sales industry? Are you an individual ready to take on a new challenge in your Events career?

We are currently working with a market leading media company, with city-based offices in London and who run events across the UK. They are currently looking for a Senior Sales Executive to work on their exciting B2B events portfolio selling print, digital and exhibition stand space.

The Role

  • Sourcing new business and account growth in order to maintain and upscale their constantly growing events
  • Contributing to the generation of new leads and business
  • Attending both company and competitor events will enable you to gain key industry knowledge
  • To contact new & existing customers via telephone on a daily basis to close sales deals
  • Up-selling existing clients by package upgrade or by cross-selling into other areas of the portfolio

The Candidate

  • 2+ years' experience in a telephone sales role
  • Confident and polite telephone manner
  • Outstanding negotiation & organisational skills are essential for this role
  • Experience using Microsoft tools such as Excel, Powerpoint and Outlook
  • Ability to adapt and thrive in a fast-paced sales environment
  • Ability to work under pressure to meet and exceed sales targets

If this exciting position within a supportive and vibrant environment sounds like the right opportunity for you - then click apply now!

Please contact Aspire Events Specialist Consultant Rebecca O'Donovan for more details

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