Careers

General Manager:

Plan, direct, or coordinate the operations of companies or public and private sector organizations. Duties and responsibilities include formulating policies, managing daily operations, and planning the use of materials and human resources, but are too diverse and general in nature to be classified in any one functional area of management or administration, such as personnel, purchasing, or administrative services. Includes owners and managers who head small business establishments whose duties are primarily managerial.

Business Development Manager:

A Business Development Manager works to improve an organization’s market position and achieve financial growth. This person defines long-term organizational strategic goals, builds key customer relationships, identifies business opportunities, negotiates and closes business deals and maintains extensive knowledge of current market conditions. It is their job to work with the internal team, marketing staff, and other managers to increase sales opportunities and thereby maximize revenue for their organization. Business Development Managers will also help manage existing clients and ensure they stay satisfied and positive.

Sales Executive:

Sales executives sell a company’s products and services. Customers include individuals, businesses and government organizations and sales may be domestic or international, or a combination of both. As well as approaching potential customers with the aim of winning new business; sales executives work to maintain good relationships with existing clients, gaining repeat business wherever possible. The sales industry is target driven and as a consequence the work can sometimes be demanding and pressurized.

Training Specialist:

Responsible for overseeing marketing initiatives within an organization. Works to develop areas such as sales management, product development, distribution channel management, marketing communications, including advertising and promotions, pricing, market research, and customer service.

Marketing Officer:

Marketing Officer is responsible for overseeing the planning, development and execution of an organization’s marketing and advertising initiatives. The marketing officer primary responsibility is to generate revenue by increasing sales through successful marketing for the entire organization, using market research, pricing, product marketing, marketing communications, advertising and public relations.

Microsoft Certified Trainer:

Microsoft Certified Trainers (MCTs) are the leading technical and instructional experts on Microsoft products and technologies. MCTs are the only individuals allowed to deliver authorized Microsoft classes and Microsoft Certification preparation using Microsoft Official Curriculum (MOC), opening up career opportunities at training organizations and universities worldwide.

 Events Business Development Specialist:

Events Business Development Specialists help the company in million ways to develop and progress by searching and incorporating new clients. They are accountable for gathering data regarding their customer’s market. They also help in other departments like sales, customer support and marketing. They do a decent research work that directly relates to channel enhancements, product improvisation and product marketing. Precisely, an event business development specialist is responsible for developing new and improved methods of marketing using the latest and the most advanced traditional media.

Business Events Coordinator:

A Business Event Coordinator is an individual who directs, coordinates and effectively plans events such as exhibitions, business gatherings and corporate parties. A business event coordinator either works alone or in team. In a team the coordinator is charged with the management and supervision of clerical, technical and other junior personnel.

Business Analyst:

The Business Analyst operates under general or minimum supervision, and performs duties with broad latitude for judgment. Tasks assigned to this level require an in-depth and broader understanding of problem identification, analysis and resolution. Final products may be reviewed upon completion with regard to business and technical soundness and appropriateness. Specific duties of individual assignments vary and non-business process analysis and case management work may be assigned at a minimal level.

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