Business Development Manager
Attention future Skyraiders. An opportunity has become available for that special someone to join our UK mission.
The Mission: In It to Win It
Trustpilot is a global leading review community enabling awesome businesses insight into their customers’ experience. Why is this so important? So you, I and John next door can make great purchasing decisions online and businesses can be closer to the consumer. Basically, we are similar to that huge travel online review website (not to mention names) for the e-commerce world.
Every day you have the opportunity to target around 2.5 million e-commerce organisations in the UK. It will be your duty to discover, inspire and conquer new prospects via the phone and face to face. You will be one of 10 Skyraiders navigating businesses towards higher conversion rates, improved services and driving traffic to their website. As well as a super talented marketing team, firing leads at you, the Skyraider team also has their very own lead sourcing ninja. What’s in it for you other than offering these businesses a service that really works? Lots and lots and lots and lots of money and access to exclusive Presidents Club in exotic locations. All we need from you in return is a winning attitude, integrity, trust and the ability and drive to consistently hit target.
What We Offer You:
In return for helping us achieve worldwide domination, we will give you a creative, driven and innovative environment that encourages everyone to learn, develop and grow. This is supported by our very own in house sales trainer, dedicated to helping you make sh*t loads of money and also make suitable hair product decisions (you will have to come in and meet us to see what we mean). The main benefit of working at Trustpilot is the people and culture but we also offer free lunches, snacks all day, awesome off-site events and loads more.
Want to be a Skyraider? We hope so. Look forward to having you on-board.
Interested in learning more about the culture at Trustpilot? Check us out on The Muse
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