Huawei - Territory Sales Manager - East England, Northampton, Retail Marketing Group (rmg)

Published 2022-08-14
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Huawei - Territory Sales Manager - East England, Northampton, Retail Marketing Group (rmg)
United Kingdom, Northamptonshire, Northampton,
Published August 14, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Huawei - territory sales manager - east england

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Huawei - Territory Sales Manager - East EnglandSalary: £23,000 + Bonus opportunity + Company Car or Allowance.Working: 5 days - Mon - Fri (flexibility to work some weekend is required)Contract: Permanent, Full TimeLocation: Ideally - Northampton, Milton Keynes or PeterboroughReports to: Regional Field ManagerTeam: HuaweiHere at RMG we live and breathe our three values:Energy, Entrepreneurial spirit & Unity.Role overview:As a Territory Sales Manager, you will be a motivated sales focused individual to deliver against your sales and category growth targets. What this role entails:You will effectively cover your territory representing Huawei and be responsible for Huawei in-store execution, helping to promote and support their retail sales objectives and KPIs through training, merchandising and demonstration activitiesYou will be required to deliver of first-class training, compliance, brand engagement, merchandising and assisted sales activities within you allocated stores.We want you to also ensure strong relationships are gained and developed with key colleagues and senior managers within these stores to increase Huawei brand loyalty and sales.To support the Regional Field Manager and Territory Sales Manager team in the delivery of best-in-class retail & B2B sales solutions for Huawei at an efficient costBe an ambassador for Huawei in store and online. A professional approach is always required, either online/through social media or engagement platforms with the understanding that this is to drive sales.Proactively demonstrate Huawei product features and technology to consumers and store colleagues, ensuring the features and benefits of the product are clearly communicated to increase salesProvide accurate and detailed reporting information in line with brief/ directed by Line Manager or Client, including the capture of photographsA strong focus on sales is paramount for this roleYour experience:You will have previously worked in a retail environment developing interpersonal and customer service skillsExperienced in selling and demonstrating technology productsExperience in a field or territory-based role is advantageous but not essentialExperience within a sales /KPI environment, which can include telesales, retail, showroom or onlineDeveloping and delivering formal and informal training on a 1 to 1 or group basis is preferred.About you (this is the key part):Strong interest in technology and the passion to impart knowledge about new products and featuresAn excitement to build relationships and collaborate with instore staffSelf-starter with a strong commitment to drive resultsConfident, enthusiastic, highly motivated, and outgoing personality that is comfortable in a competitive environmentStrong communication and negotiation skillsProfessional demeanour, excellent verbal, and written communication skillsOrganized and detail-oriented when completing in store intelligence reports and providing feedbackWhat we offer you:A fantastic chance to represent Huawei and their variety of technology productsInitial and continuous support & training to get the very best out of you and your roleA challenging and fulfilling role that will enhance your personal development.Full autonomy for you to spread your wings and grow your business.At RMG our field teams have a great opportunity to grow their career with not only RMG but our clients directly.RMG is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace.Due to the high volume of applications, we receive, if we haven’t been in touch within 4 weeks, then unfortunately your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion

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