What does a Sales Executive do at MVF?

 

You’ll be building and managing your own portfolio of clients around the globe, which will vary from developing new relationships over the phone, to flying out to meet with key clients to ensure they’re set up for success.

We believe in autonomy; armed with your negotiation skills, you’ll be setting the strategy, bringing on new clients and driving growth for them - along with plenty of support from our super-talented sales team.

You’ll be:


Researching and building a pipeline of multinational clients.
Working closely with our Digital Marketing and Tech teams to launch new global verticals.
Building great relationships with global clients once they’re onboard.
Working with our Data Science team to understand where we can improve our Digital Marketing campaigns.

 

About you:

You have a keen interest in sales.
You’re naturally inquisitive and want to understand not only how things work, but how you can make them better.
You thrive off challenges and love to complete complex problems.
You want to channel your commercial mindset into your role and make a real difference in how we operate as a business.
You’re eager to learn, try new things and keen to develop.



A bit about the team:

 

The Sales team at MVF underpins everything that we do, and you’ll play a pivotal role in ensuring that we continue to accelerate as a business.

Our Austin office opened in 2015 as a strategic decision to rapidly expand within the US. You'll be operating within a startup environment, while also enjoying the support of the 400+ strong headquarters based in the UK!

We’re looking to hire the next future leaders of MVF which means no micromanagement and lots of responsibility from day one. You’ll use your commercial nous to lead the way, drive improvements and together we’ll achieve our target of being valued at $1 billion.

 

About MVF

MVF is an award-winning customer generation business supplying some of the world’s leading brands with high volumes of new customers in over 40 countries. In 2020 we were ranked 1st in the UK in the Sunday Times Best Companies to Work For List, and even won a special award for our commitment to our people’s learning and development.
We are on a mission to accelerate our clients’ growth by building the world’s most effective marketing platform through a passion for data, relentless innovation and the development of world-class teams. We want you to help us get there!

 

What we offer you:

 

A competitive basic salary, with an uncapped commission structure as well. We make sure you’re rewarded for your success, as well as making sure you have plenty of growth and progression opportunities.

 

Our Package

$1,500 training budget for any outside related courses and an unlimited budget for books to help you succeed!

Medical coverage including Dental and Vision (with the ability to upgrade) – we want you feeling your best at work!

Matched 401k contributions

Free healthy snacks throughout the day, coffee, tea and fruit infused water

Trips to exotic destinations when we beat our yearly targets. We're went to Ibiza last year!

Competitive holiday benefits (24 days a year paid holiday, plus national holidays)

Paid central Austin parking

Great work-life balance, Monday – Friday, business hours (9am - 5pm) – it’s not a competition between who leaves the latest, just keep smashing your targets

Monthly team lunches

Regular social events – we love working and spending time together, so we like to take time to bond and have fun!

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