Job - Sales Executive, Lorence & Company
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Lorence & Company

We are a renowned group in Hong Kong engaged in wholesale and retail business of Italian fine food and wine with distribution network covering catering and retail industry. To cope with our business expansion, we are now inviting high caliber to join us:-

Sales Executive

Job Ref.CT3106540-01#0035

Responsibilities :

  • Implement sales plan to achieve the sales target;
  • Follow-up orders and enquiries, provide quality customer service;
  • Manage existing accounts and develop new customers;
  • Maintain good relationship with customers;
  • Ad hoc projects and other assigned tasks.

Requirements

  • Form 5 or above;
  • At least 1 year working experience in sales area, preferably in FMCG;
  • Aggressive, responsibility, strong sense of sales mindset;
  • Good interpersonal, negotiation and communication skill;
  • Good in both spoken and written English & Cantonese. 

We offer attractive remuneration package to the right candidate including competitive salary, bank holiday, year-end payment, medical insurance, discretionary bonus and staff purchase discount etc.

Interested parties, please apply with full resume with expected salary and current salary to Human Resources Department via email mcv@lorence.hk


For details of our group, please visit our website: www.lorence.hk
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