Business Developer - Barcelone - H/F

Réf. 244288

Stage - E-commerce / Web Marketing

Pays : Espagne

Début : entre aujourd'hui et mars 2017
Durée : de 3 à 12 mois
Indem. : A définir

FORTEDI

You like the 'Start Up' spirit ? You want to take new challenges and be part of the development of a young and promising company ? Come and join us at our local office in Barcelona (near Bogatell metro station)!

Thanks to its success the company is spreading across Europe and is therefore looking for trainees to establish our idea in other countries.

 

Business Developer Internship - H/F

As a Business Developer you are in charge of the development of the segments on the coach operator's market. You will be analyzing those segments to find out about their function and their need for putting up the best offers. You will be identifying local partners and convincing them to cooperate with us to develop those new markets.

In close collaboration with the general manager you will take part in the development of the company including the important part of commercial activity, acquisition and customer service. Therefore you will work a lot phoning and emailing. According to your professional qualities you will be able to bring in your own ideas and to work on more transversal tasks.

MAIN TASKS :

  • Mailing,
  • Acquisition via phone & e-mail,
  • Generation of tarif tables to describe the function of the market and the target group,
  • Structuring commercial proportions and bring them together,
  • Adaptation of the rate structures depending on your market and your targets,
  • Screen competitive companies, develop partnerships

YOUR PROFILE :

Student, Business school, Marketing school, MBA

  • Autonomous, dynamique, motivated and accurate.
  • Good verbal skills, fast comprehension regarding problem solving, interested in the world of start ups, professional curiosity.
  • Languages (native) searched: German, Dutch, Portuguese, Croatian, Italian, Scandinavian

Contact

FORTEDI
Katarzyna Banasik
Joan d'Austria 68,1
08005 Barcelone

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