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Remote Business Development Executive - Led Lighting Solutions, Slough, Tls Lighting

Published 2022-08-07
Expires 2022-09-07
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Remote Business Development Executive - Led Lighting Solutions, Slough, Tls Lighting
United Kingdom, Berkshire, Slough,
Published August 7, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Remote business development executive - led lighting solutions
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We create ‘wow’ moments with every light installation project that we’re involved with. From the Christmas Lights at Kew Gardens, London to the Blackpool Tower we help create magical experiences that people don’t forget. We are currently hiring for a Business Development Executive to increase brand awareness and drive more incoming leads into the business. Knowledge within the architectural & entertainment lighting industry would be highly advantageous. Role info: New Business Development Executive - Demand Generation £30,000 - £35,000 Plus Performance Bonus UK Remote Product / Service: Led light installations Who we are: We are an award-winning LED lighting solutions company, with over 30 years of experience, supplying the lighting trade with an emphasis on quality in all aspects of our work and service. We work closely with interior and lighting designers, architects, lighting specifiers, shopfitters and electrical contractors to provide the best product and application to their clients’ requirements. We are not just a wholesaler; we are a manufacturer and offer bespoke solutions for any project. Previous projects include: London Eye pier handrails , Sealife and a recent Tree illumination project Formula 1 Garages Alton Towers Blackpool Tower Madame Tussauds London Ice rink (digital led tape in the ice) RHS Wisely pixel lawn BIG Brother and other tv shows Various Museum projects Hotels including Hilton Park Lane Plus multiple festivals The Business Development Executive Role: In the lead generation hot seat you will be tasked with driving demand to the business by generating new leads as well as raising brand awareness. This will be achieved using a spectrum of resources at your disposal (though it would be handy if you also had a little black book of contacts within our industry from your previous experience). This year, we are launching several new products and we are looking for someone who can create market awareness and drive customers to our sales team. We are a smaller business so you might find yourself wearing different hats throughout the day from lead generation with a little bit of marketing mixed in - all to bring in those shiny new customers. About You: Excellent verbal and written communication skills Calm under pressure You must have an understanding or experience within the entertainment/architectural lighting industry You will have great understanding of customer requirements You will have endless skills on ideas of how to expand our client base, through whatever means possible Sounds like a good fit? Apply here for a fast-track path to our Leadership Team. Your Experience / Background / Previous Roles May Include: Architectural Lighting, Entertainment Lighting, LED Lighting Solutions, Sales, Sales Development, Lead Generation, Demand Generation. Application notice We take your privacy seriously. As you might expect you may be contacted by email, text or telephone. Your data is processed by our talent partner Recruitment Revolution on the basis of their legitimate interests in fulfilling the recruitment process. Please refer to their Data Privacy Policy & Notice on their website for further details.

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    Registered on October 7, 2017

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