A leading marketing technology company specialising in digital campaigns and website optimisation is on the search for an ambitious Business Development Director. This firm takes a customer centric approach in B2B marketing solutions which is created by their talented team of innovators, technologist and marketers in an ever changing fast paced environment.
This role will be based in Dublin city centre but may require some travel as it serves Ireland, the Middle East and North African markets.
As Business Development Director you will be:
Both a Hunter and Gather, having the ability to proactively build up relationship through new streams and your own network.
Strong and confident with a proven success identifying and converting high calibre lead.
Be tenacious whilst still taking a consultative and credible/polished approach to Sales calls and meetings.
Highly commercial and used to taking accountability for a revenue target, with a proven background in meeting and exceeding sales/revenue targets.
Strong Business Development experience across Tech products or through agency experience.
A great communicator, even in a pressurized environment you are organised and high self-motivated.
With 4year + relevant experience in Digital Media Sales.
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Lorraine has partnered with some of the biggest names in the UK & Ireland, delivering key talent for the most challenging roles. She has built and developed large teams in several agencies and has a proven track record at finding the unfindable, when presented with the quirkiest of job briefs.