Job - Sales and Marketing Executive, Simcentric Solutions Ltd
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Simcentric Solutions Ltd

Sales and Marketing Executive

Job Ref.CT3106415-01#0074

Responsibilities:

  • Handle and support sales and marketing activities
  • Explore and develop new business opportunities
  • Manage and maintain good business relationship with existing key account
  • Research and develop new marketing areas with the ultimate goal of introducing and developing new customers, resulting in business growth, increase revenue and profitability of sales team
  • Initiate, plan and monitor marketing and promotional activities, such as exhibitions, partner programs, marketing materials, etc.
  • Other ad-hoc duties

Requirements:

  • Degree / high diploma holder in business management or marketing or relevant discipline
  • Experience in IT industry is a definite advantage
  • Aggressive, result – oriented and passionate
  • Excellent analytical, communication, negotiation and interpersonal skills
  • Proficient in both spoken and written English and Chinese
  • Applicants with less experience will be considered for the position of Sales and Marketing Assistant

Benefits:

  • 5 day work week
  • Medical Allowance
  • Attractive remuneration
  • Year-end performance Bonus 

Interested candidate please send your updated CV with expected salary to : hr@simcentric.com

All applications will be treated in strict confidence and used solely for recruitment purpose.

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