This UK business is looking for an individually with a proven sale experience to effectively manage, develop and recruit regional accounts for their wholesale business.Reporting into the Sales Director you will oversee your region and look to develop existing and new customers for their food wholesale division.With recent investment in this business area and the regional depots this has allowed for the business to create an environment to encourage the highest standards and levels of customer service as well and exclusive products and ranges within their confectionary & impulse ranges.In this position you responsibilities include:Build effective relationship with new and existing customersTo deliver on the regional sales and income planunderstanding of promotions and exclusives to drive salesproject manage the end-to-end on-boarding processManaging a potential customer database for the territoryLook at developing future sales growth for existing customers as well as customer loyaltyProviding ongoing assistants for customers as a point of contact when neededTo be successful in the position you must have -Field account management experience ideally in foodIdeal have worked for another wholesale business will be desirable but not essentialFull driving licenseCustomer focused individualBusiness development focused - has experience of dealing with cold/new as well as warm clientsGaining & actioning leadsIn return you will work for a wholesaler with a great national presence with over £200 million in sales. This position comes car, pension and generous bonus potential.This is a business where leadership and behavioural competencies are essential for the fit of the business! If you feel that this opportunity sounds like you please send your cv quoting the reference Q99911.We request that candidates send their CV as a Microsoft Word document where possible.
We request that candidates send their CV as a Microsoft Word document where possible.
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