P3785 Business Development Manager

  • Auckland Central

Our client is one of New Zealand’s leading strategic brand and packaging design agencies. They’re well established and have an excellent reputation for delivering commercially successful outcomes for some of New Zealand’s most loved brands.

They are searching for a senior Business Development Manager to join their team. To succeed in this role you’ll need to be primarily sales driven. You’ll have the ability to open doors and close deals, all while thinking strategically and reflecting the values and authenticity of the brand.

You’ll need experience and contacts from the local design and digital industry and have a lot to contribute to the business. They’re after someone who can bring energy and enthusiasm to the team and deliver growth for the agency.

If you are a genuine hunter of new business in the design industry, please send your CV to carolyn@portfoliorecruitment.co.nz with the reference P3785 Business Development Manager

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