Globalization Partners simplifies global business by enabling companies to hire great talent anywhere in the world, without the complexity of setting up foreign branch offices or subsidiaries. You find the talent, and we put YOUR candidate on OUR fully compliant, in-country payroll. This enables you to expand into almost any country around the globe – quickly and easily.

Our platform enables you to leapfrog over the legal, HR and tax complexities without having to figure out “how” to do business in a foreign country, while getting all the benefits of a global team.

Globalization Partners

International Business, Simplified.

What you will do:

  • Follow up with a high volume of marketing-qualified leads and convert these to appointments
  • Research and identify additional accounts and individuals that fit our Ideal Customer Profile
  • Prospect, call and email to book qualified appointments for our Sales Representatives
  • Source new sales opportunities through lead follow-up and outbound cold calls and emails
  • Document all sales activity in our CRM system (Salesforce) and perform monthly and quarterly forecasting tasks
  • Meet or exceed metrics for calls, emails, appointments and opportunities

What we’re looking for:

We are creating this company together as a team, so it is incredibly important that we have the best and brightest people all working together towards our common goals. In order to be successful in our culture, we look for the following attributes: 

  • Outstanding communication skills both written and verbal 
  • Experience telemarketing, cold-calling, lead nurturing and setting appointments/closing sales via telephone an advantage
  • Active listening skills 
  • Attention to detail 
  • Problem solving skills 
  • Information gathering skills 
  • Time Management, planning & organizational skills 
  • Ability to take direction, be coached and mentored
  • A fun and engaging personality
  • 2 years sales or lead generation experience
  • Experience using Salesforce or similar CRM platform
  • Proficiency in business Hebrew essential

Perks:

  • Excellent employee benefits including health insurance, dental insurance, and pension scheme with generous employer match
  • Competitive compensation
  • Paid-time-off (PTO)
  • Inclusive, collaborative, and fun working environment
  • Continuous growth and development in a fast-paced, dynamic organization

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