Industry: Professional, Scientific & Technical Services•
5 - 7 years
Posted 172 days ago
Anyone who has redeemed a coupon, filled a prescription, or returned a product has touched Inmar. We apply technology and data science to improve outcomes for consumers and those who serve them. As a trusted intermediary for over 35 years, we have unmatched access to billions of consumer and business transactions in real time. Our analytics, platforms and services enable engagement with shoppers and patients, and optimize results.
The Business Development Executive (BDE) at Inmar has a hunter’s instinct. Drawing from extensive success in previous selling roles, this seasoned, top-performing pro knows how to target prospects, cultivate relationships, close deals and aggressively drive revenue. The BDM is adept at continuously learning new concepts, services and products, and conveying them in a compelling way to their targets.
The Business Development Executive sells Digital Promotion solutions for manufacturers to existing and potential clients; fields in-coming sales calls; maintains sales database and generates analysis reports; maintains sales resource library; and performs product presentations. Manage a fast self-paced work day while completing revenue generating tasks as well as prioritizing daily responsibilities. Must meet deadlines and assigned quotas that are set by the manager. The incumbent ensures the company's business relationships with targeted accounts are effectively cultivated; makes presentations and recommendations to potential Clients’ management representatives; negotiates pricing and legal agreements; and prepares detailed correspondence.
Inmar's headquarters is located in Winston-Salem, NC. This position may be remote.
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