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Business Development Representative

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BrainStationCorydon, IA
Full-time
  • The Business Development Representative is responsible for the development and maintenance of the sales funnel and managing all inbound sales inquiries.
  • Using a combination of traditional sales methodologies and cutting-edge technology tools, the junior sales coordinator works directly with Inside Sales Representatives to meet revenue goals.
  • By proactively managing the customer-facing sales experience, you will contribute directly to the success of the Sales team.
  • Founded in 2012, BrainStation has worked with over 400 instructors from the most innovative companies, developing cutting-edge, real-world digital training for more than 100,000 professionals and some of the largest corporations in the world.
  • By 2025, BrainStation will have innovation hubs around the world and will be empowering young minds, powerful politicians, fortune 500 CEOs, and the newest wave of disruptive innovators, on campuses and online.
  • BonusHave you been to a campus or joined an online learning opportunity?
  • We are actively seeking individuals that believe in lifelong learning and that have taken part in our On Campus or Online offerings.
  • NOTE: Only those applicants under consideration will be contacted.
  • Please accept our utmost appreciation for your interest.
  • BrainStation is committed to maintaining a diverse work environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.
  • All qualified applicants, regardless of race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status will receive consideration for employment.
  • If you have any accessibility requirements or concerns regarding the hiring process or employment with us, please notify us so we can provide suitable accommodation.

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