Wanted: Serious Sales Tiger for UK

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Company profile

 

 

 

Visual Retailing is a global supplier of 3D planning and visual merchandising software for the retail industry.

With our flagship products MockShop and ShopShape, customers are able to create merchandise plans and communicate them instantly to their stores. Customers of Visual Retailing are amongst others Tommy Hilfiger, Marks & Spencer, Columbia Sportswear and Adidas.

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UK

During the past years we managed to build an impressive customer base in (amongst others) the UK territory. To grow the market to its full potential, we believe a focused approach is required. We are convinced that with a proper focus, the region could become our number 1 in Europe.

 

Sales Executive profile

You are used to lead multi-level Sales campaigns and you are experienced enough to  communicate with C-level and business managers. You are able to translate the customer’s needs to the solutions we offer. You are fluent in English. Knowledge of more languages is considered a plus.

You like to travel and feel comfortable doing presentations in English language in front of large audiences. Finally you are used to work with sales targets and you have 4+ years of relevant work experience; with extra credits for a commercial position in retail and/or solution selling. 

Educational level: Bachelor degree or higher.

This role is demanding, but therefore we will compensate you accordingly. During a 3 months training period, we will define the sales strategy together. After this you will be able to conquer the UK market by yourself.

 

We offer

  • Market conform salary + commission + bonus.
  • Car allowance and other benefits.
  • An impressive sales pipeline and customer base is available.
  • Working in a young and dynamic international team.
  • Location: Haarlem, The Netherlands
 

Apply

Please send your resume and cover letter to info@visualretailing.com

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