Salary: £45000 – £50000/annum Uncapped Commision
Job Type: Full Time / Permanent
Minimum Salary: 45000.00
Maximum Salary: 50000.00
Job Location: London
Brand Partnerships Manager, Product Sampling, London, £45,000- £50,000 basic + Uncapped Commission + Benefits package + Hybrid work.
This is a rare senior sales opportunity to join a product sampling FMCG firm who specialise in working with on trend brands that feature on the shelves of every major supermarket and work with brands in the Alcohol, Beauty, Chocolate, Leisure, Fitness, Cosmetics, Soft drink, Fizzy drink sectors, and work with many more well known household names.
This business do NOT do cold calling, and this role would ideally suit a new business development manager who is perhaps fed up doing the cold calls and is now wanting something more consultative and strategic.
This role is working for a business that you will definitely want on your CV!!! They are a name that will open doors for your career in the future.
Ideally you will have a strong business development background, and have experience selling either product sampling campaigns, digital marketing solutions or have sold media or digital advertising. The ideal candidate will come from the FMCG industry with business development experience within the Cosmetics, Beauty, Food, Drink, Confectionary, Leisure or Supplements sector.
This product sampling sales role involves liaising with well known household brands and the majority of sales meetings are done virtually, so experience selling over zoom or an online platform is essential. You will have an enviable opportunity to highly visible in this business, and you will be be provided with progression opportunities from day one.
This role does boast an excellent benefits package and offers a genuine chance to make a difference.
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This vacancy is being advertised by Aaron Wallis Recruitment and Training Limited operating as an Employment Agency, registered in England No. (phone number removed). View our and