Vice President of Sales
The main responsibilities of a Vice President of Sales will include leading the sales organisation and directing teams or departments in meeting and exceeding sales revenues, sales profitability and budgetary objectives. The Vice President of Sales will defining the sales organisation strategy and remain accountable for the overall sales objectives of the business.
Sales Director is crucial in improving an organisation’s revenue and sales. A Sales Director will affect the overall performance of a business as it is who they hire, manage and support the sales staff of an organisation.
A sales manager is the person responsible for leading and coaching a team of salespeople. A sales manager’s tasks often include assigning sales territories, setting quotas, mentoring the members of his or her sales team, assigning sales training, building a sales plan, and hiring and firing salespeople.
Sells products by establishing contact and developing relationships with prospects; recommending solutions. Maintains relationships with clients by providing support, information, and guidance; researching and recommending new opportunities; recommending profit and service
Sells products by establishing contact and developing relationships with prospects; recommending solutions. Maintains relationships with clients by providing support, information, and guidance; researching and recommending new opportunities; recommending profit and service improvements.
Business Development Director
Employed in a variety of industries with a responsibility for seeking out new business opportunities for organizations. They develop, coordinate and implement plans designed to increase existing business and capture new opportunities.
Business Development Manager
Leads sales and client-relationship management, tracks new markets and emerging trends, recommends new products and services, proposes and develops new strategic partnerships, writes proposals and plans, and guides long-term objectives to meet business needs and requirements.
Key Account Manager
Is assigned to a company headquarters to oversee the account team assigned to a particular account. Key account management includes sales but also includes planning and managing the full relationship between a business and its most important customers.
Senior Account Manager
Senior Account Manager is a key part of a company’s sales team whose job it is to meet sales goals. This individual is responsible for developing relationships with clients to acquire new business and network with existing customers to retain their business.
An account manager is a person who works for a company and is responsible for the management of sales and relationships with particular customers. An account manager maintains the company’s existing relationships with a client or group of clients, so that they will continue using the company for business.
Building and maintaining relationships with clients and key personnel within customer companies. Conducting business reviews to ensure clients are satisfied with their products and services. Alerting the sales team to opportunities for further sales within key clients.
Account executives are typically responsible for client servicing and client acquisition. The account executive serves as the direct link between the company and existing clients managing day-to-day affairs and ensuring customer satisfaction.