Sales Directors and Head of Inside Sales manage all sales efforts of the sales team, strategically plan and launch new products or services, ensure the company continues to provide excellent customer service, lead the sales team and ensure the sales team meets expected sales targets.
We recruit for world-leading businesses in the South East of England for UK based B2B Sales Director roles (business to business), in which a Director of sales is charged with the task of managing a group of Inside Sales Managers to be as effective as possible with sales activity, within regional sales, global sales and international sales.
Sales Directors must be extremely well informed about the market in which they work, due to many years sales experience, and therefore able to accurately forecast sales predictions and shifts in the marketplace, both on a national scale and also for the individual regions under his or her charge. Our job listings show the variety of posts available with fantastic opportunities to join this sector, such as:
Head of Sales
Head of Inside Sales
Sales and Marketing Director
Sales Director / Director of Sales
Vice President of Sales
With salaries ranging from £30,000 to £100,000 depending on the nature of the product of service being sold, now is an excellent time to apply.
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East Anglia in the East of England comprises the four counties of Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Essex and is close to London. It is well-connected with Europe and the rest of the world through London Stansted Airport, the International Gateway to the East of England. There is also Norwich International Airport and London Southend Airport. The region has an excellent rail service with Greater Anglia, including the Stansted Express.
A recent report shows that East Anglia is home to three out of five of the fastest-growing city economies in the UK. Cambridge topped the list, with Ipswich second and Norwich fifth nationally according to The UK Powerhouse study.
The report reveals that Ipswich had the second-highest rate recorded of GVA growth rate (a measure of the value of goods and services produced) in the UK in the first three months of the year (2.5%), while Norwich enjoyed a growth rate of 2.4%.
Looking forward, the report also predicts the three locations will maintain their top 10 positions by the final quarter of 2028.