Digital Media Sales Exec

    The company:

    GrownUps.co.nz has over 7000 unique articles and other items to help inspire visitors and members to make the most of NZ's largest lifestyle website, social club & brain training hub for the active 50+ market everyday.
    Pioneers in the online space in NZ.
    Experiencing very large growth in all areas of the business.
    Over 120,000 monthly unique visitors.
    100,000 members.
    Almost 50,000 members emailed each week.
    Started in 2006 and recently sold to one of the largest companies in the world.
    Co-Founder still manages the business alongside another long-standing ex-owner, who is the Head of Sales.
    The Office Space is located in the very entrepreneurial space of The Icehouse in Parnell Auckland.
    The company is a sponsor of large Industry events and has a solid annual marketing budget.

    The role:

    A sales person with nothing to prove isn't a sales person at all. You will be selling direct to market (B2B), and be working with a small but great team in a stable media company which continues to go places.This is an opportunity to work alongside great brands almost as their marketing partner, offering them the unique opportunity of a two-way conversation with potential new customers.

    Combine your knowledge of solution selling with your existing contacts and relationships in business space across NZ, you'll hit the ground running!

    Role also comes complete with solid databases of current and potential advertisers.

    You'll need:

    Solid experience selling to SME and enterprise clients alike.
    Experience selling digital media solutions - we're not talking about banners and videos we are seeking complexity in these solutions.
    A demonstrable ability to drive revenue from your clients.
    Excellent presentation skills.
    Great negotiation skills.
    To be a real hunter who loves the challenge of sales and gets a buzz out of closing deals.
    A marketing and solution focused mindset, we're not selling widgets, we're selling packaged advertising solutions that work.

    If you can see yourself in this role, or if you have been in this role elsewhere and need a change send you CV to garth@grownups.co.nz and we will help with this amazing opportunity. Call 021 742 597

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