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National Account Manager (hospitality)
45 - 50,000 basic 60 - 65,000 OTE + benefits
National Account Manager - Hospitality Sector
45 - 50,000 basic (60 - 65,000 OTE) + full benefits package
Flexible Location
New National Account Management role being created by this award winning, market leading provider of a multitude of training solutions & services into many sectors including hospitality, fitness & leisure, hotel & catering, care & commercial sectors.
This is a tremendous opportunity to join a highly successful and fast growing organisation and to be able to really make a difference.
Some key responsibilities of the role include:
  Develop revenues with existing key hospitality clients by expanding product penetration and end user (learner) acquisition.
  Understand key clients structure and establish a strategy for best practice client engagement.
  Source, launch and manage new key clients in conjunction with the business development team.
  Expand revenue streams and product portfolios with new and existing clients.
  Fully understand the company's offering in all targeted sectors.
  Feedback market intelligence to assist in product development and designing overall business direction.
  Launch new revenue stream opportunities into new and existing clients.
What youll need
Positive, collaborative and commercial, you will be well qualified and you are likely to be from a dynamic hospitality / FMCG or soft services business. Direct exposure to the areas defined above would be advantageous, but more important are the fit, capability and contribution that you are able to make to the business . Having said this, you will have managed national/major accounts in a commercial and delivery focused environment, delivering to exacting goals/targets.
This represents an exciting career development opportunity, with excellent initial & on-going training available. The role is home based, so location is flexible anywhere from the Midlands to Southern England.