About the Opportunity
The Travel Junction (TTJ) provides Flight Centre Travel Group’s travel product to the global travel trade, through a range of connectivity solutions.
The Business Development & Account Manager (BDAM) is tasked with developing commercial relationships with large market accounts, high potential and long tail accounts. In addition, management of accounts as part of key retail consortia; retail network accounts and wholesale accounts.
BDAM’s grow business by identifying client needs and delivering TTJ product solutions. BDAM’s increase the exposure of TTJ content within their distribution networks, understanding how and why decisions are made to preference one product or provider over another. They facilitate roll out of the TTJ booking platform and drive connectivity with wholesale clients through our Supplier API. They use agreed incentives to scale our business within their assigned client base.
BDAM’s represent the company and all its product lines via telephone sales calls and strategic client face-to-face meetings in their designated territories; participate in trade events and conduct on-line system training via video calls and webinars. Ultimately, they increase the company’s revenue and profit, maximise the company’s exposure and service all accounts in their sales territory.
This role may be based in either Melbourne, Sydney or Brisbane.
Reporting to: Director of Sales
Key Relationships: Existing Wholesale and Retail Sales Leaders, HELiO System Support, Global Land Supply, Product Management, Finance
About the Benefits
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