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Mapa Research is a unique and exciting place to work. We are at the cutting edge of all things digital banking and we advise the biggest brands in retail banking. If you are looking to build a career in the most dynamic and lucrative of markets, then Sales Development at Mapa should be on your shortlist.
Mapa Research’s core business is to deliver annually renewable Digital Banking Dashboards and consulting services to the retail banking marketplace.
We have embarked upon a new strategy for significant growth and are therefore looking for a Sales Development Representative who can demonstrate:
An interest in financial services, technology and digital developments would be a plus.
The role will involve working closely with Client Service Directors and the Marketing team. Together with the Client Services Team, you will develop and execute growth strategies. You will be expected to achieve a booking target by collaborating with the whole team and through the effective positioning of Mapa’s services, including annually renewable subscriptions and advisory engagements.
We expect that this role will suit individuals that aspire to a successful sales career and we will offer the coaching, mentoring and training that will help suitably motivated candidates to achieve their goals.
As a Sales Development Representative, you will be expected to maximise revenue from existing clients and develop relationships with new clients in new territories. Your primary responsibilities will be to:
Mapa develops people internally and this role is intended to be the entry point to senior Sales Development roles, and eventually to Client Service Director roles. Development can be swift and will be based upon your performance.
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