Revenue Manager Permanent
- Location: London, England
- Salary: £35000 - £50000 per annum
- Sector: Client Services / Account Management
I am working with a fast-growth tech scale-up, who have just closed a $1 billion round of funding, to propel their international expansion.
They are looking for an entrepreneurial and strategically minded Revenue Manager to join their London team, as one of the first on the ground in the region. This role would involve working closely with the Director of Revenue Management, growth, data insights and strategy. The business have a strong presence internationally, but London is their first stop in Europe!
Working closely with client's to look at customer behaviour, working with OTA's, promotional deals and when to implement certain strategies to increase customer acquisition. With the ability to take ownership and drive strategies you know will help the business grow and increase it's sales.
*Engaging the current user base and future users (customer behaviour)
*Developing new revenue and sales strategies
*Working with multiple accounts
*Ownership of your accounts
*Leverage competitive information, product data, and customer insights to identify trends and long-term business opportunities
*2+ years within a Revenue focused position, managing numerous accounts
*Professional background from Hospitality, Travel, Tourism Industry, eCommerce
*Stakeholder Management, Account Management, Revenue Management
*Conversion optimisation, retention, growth
*Customer behaviour (B2C, OTA, eCommerce, e-commerce)
*Go Getter attitude
* Excel, (SQL would be brilliant)
Propel are the UK's largest independent provider of permanent and contract recruitment services to the global digital economy, specialising in commercial, marketing, technical and creative talent.
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