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Sales Manager (Luxury Furniture Shop)

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Type: Full time

bbf: is one of the leading and fastest-growing companies in the property market in Cyprus and Greece, offering its clients such services, as property sales, rentals, management, construction, and other related services. bbf: is willing to enlarge its internal staff and is currently looking for a Sales Manager (luxury furniture shop)


Main tasks and responsibilities:

  • Working with customers to better understand their needs
  • Manage and oversee the daily operations of the sales department
  • Perform research and identify new potential customers and new market opportunities
  • Negotiate and close agreements with large customers
  • Setting and communicating weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual sales goals
  • Leading and motivating the sales team
  • Ensuring salespeople know how to achieve set goals
  • Keep abreast of new product launches and ensure sales team members are on board


Requirements for the position:

  • At least 3 years of experience in a luxury furniture shop
  • Excellent sales and negotiation skills
  • Good business sense
  • Ability to motivate and lead a team
  • Initiative, drive, and enthusiasm
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Good planning and organisational skills
  • Ability to work calmly under pressure
  • Good IT, budget and report writing skills
  • A full driving licence
  • SAP knowledge will be considered as an advantage
  • Russian and English language is a must, Greek will be considered as an advantage


What do we offer:

  • Young, dynamic, and friendly working environment.
  • Fast-growing company with potential career perspectives.
  • Interesting and challenging daily tasks within various departments of the company.
  • Working days: Monday - Friday.

Interested candidates are kindly requested to click HERE and submit their CV.

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