Business Development Manager (Creative Services)

England, Greater Manchester, Manchester
£25000 - £35000 per annum
09 Nov 2016
07 Dec 2016
Marketing Disciplines
Business Development
Industry Sector
Agency, Media Owner, Media Publishing
Contract Type
Work Experience Level
Agency-side or Client-side
Agency Side

Business Development Manager - Manchester - £25-35k

Highly successful design and production agency, based in Manchester is looking for a Business Development Manager to join their team, working closely with the client services team across both existing and new business.

This agency offers a large variety of services and therein lies its main USP! They offer marketing strategy and planning, creative design, print production and repro services, and distribution logistics. It will be your job to understand these various services and up-sell/cross-sell wherever possible. You will work closely with the account managers to identify existing/past clients with a great potential for further work. You will also create new contacts (they have a lot of successful case studies in the retail and food sectors, so this is a good place to start) with a view to building relationships and securing future work. The company offers a very informal culture with bags of character. The directors are fun and very friendly, and this attitude perpetuates throughout the workforce.

You must come from a service-led background (ideally from the creative industry, although this is not a pre-requisite) - people with solely product-sales experience will not be considered. You will have at least 2 years' experience of selling in a B2B environment, across telesales, emails and face-to-face. Any experience of selling to Marketing Managers/departments would be a distinct advantage.

This really is a fantastic opportunity to work for a company that has so many cross- and up-selling opportunities (they can literally design for and print onto anything, so the possibilities are endless). The potential for this person is huge and given the company is genuinely good at what they do, with a number of USPs, I would say it is very much an 'easy sell'.