Mandarin speaking Business developer-IT sector

***All applicants must be eligible to work in UK***

Location: UK (Remote)
Employment Type: Full-time, Permanent

A fast-growing software-defined storage company is looking for a Mandarin speaking sales to join their UK team, to work on Asia market. The role is ideal for an ambitious professional who wants to develop their career in sales.
Key responsibilities:
*Active Sales; Telemarketing, Cold Acquisition, and Campaign Tracking
*Identification of target customers by searching for potential organizations
*Generation and qualification of new customers and projects
*Responsible for customer retention/renewal of support
*Work in close collaboration and coordination with the territory manager and the channel partners on the continuous success and expansion of your sales territory
Requirements:
*English and Mandarin spoken and written
*Completed technical, commercial training in the IT sector
*Experience inactive IT sales
*High self-motivation paired with discipline and a pronounced ability to communicate
*Good IT industry knowledge as well as knowledge in the SAN/NAS environment, data and storage systems and IT & infrastructure are advantageous
*Outgoing and enjoy working with people. Your strengths include organisation, structured thinking, independent work, team spirit, and outbound calls. Good manners, quick comprehension and resilience round off your profile
*Strong presentation skills
*Closing skills

Consultant

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Wendi Yang

About me: I grew up in Xi’an, a City in central China and moved to the UK to discover different cultures and experience the European lifestyle. Before moving to London, I lived in Liverpool for 2 years. I have worked in recruitment for over 3 years now and mainly focus on the Chinese Market. The reason why I love what I do? Recruitment offers a day-to-day challenge which makes you develop determination and mental toughness.

In my free time I enjoy going to the country side on long hikes or bike rides.   I also enjoy a cold beer on a sunny day.

Fun fact: I hiked up the Mount Hua, known as one of the most dangerous hikes in the world!

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