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Key Account Manager - Leading EdTech portfolio

Job Sector
Event Sales
Contract Type
Permanent
Location
London + Working from Home
Salary
Up to £45k plus uncapped commission
Job Reference
MediaIQ-EdTech9623

Do you have extensive exhibition and sponsorship sales experience (delivering multi-event high value deals)?

Have you also sold content marketing solutions?

Like the idea of selling complex £100k+ multi-product solutions for a leading EdTech brand portfolio?

If yes please read on...

The Company

A leading large scale exhibition and conference organiser, delivering leading events (virtual and physical) across the globe and across many different sectors. They offer a fast paced, dynamic and entrepreneurial sales environment as well as strong company benefits and enviable career development opportunities.

The role of Key Account Manager

As Key Account Manager on this leading global Edtech brand, you will be taking ownership of securing new revenues as well as growing revenues from existing accounts. You will be selling exhibition and sponsorship solutions, hosted buyer packages and various digital content solutions. You will therefore be someone used to deep diving into your client's 

Deals are often multi-event and multi-product and exceed £100k in value and therefore experience of delivering these type of deals will be important.

Requirements for this Key Account Manager position

  • 3+ years experience of selling high value exhibition and sponsorship solutions
  • Experience of selling multi-event, multi-product solutions to senior level decision makers
  • Experience of selling content solutions
  • Proven track-record of growing key account revenues
  • Outgoing, professional, confident and highly articulate
  • Driven with strong sales process
  • International sales experience
  • Stable career history

If you think that you could be the Key Account Manager that our client is looking for, please apply, and a consultant will be in touch should you make the initial shortlist.

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