- The main purpose of a client manager's work is to help a business meet sales and revenue goals.
- They must design plans to achieve these goals and create strategies to combat potential revenue losses.
- Client managers may be required to travel, sometimes internationally, to meet with clients.
- They must also perform research to identify new potential clients.
- Client managers may create presentations to inform potential or existing clients about their company's products or services.
- They must ensure that clients are satisfied with the company at all times and will bring in repeated business by resolving any outstanding issues.
- They also need to inform their company of new contacts and marketing opportunities.
- Bachelor's degree in business, computer information systems, or a related field, as well as previous work experience in sales, business development, customer service, or management.
- Job candidates should have demonstrated abilities to exceed target revenue goals, provide excellent customer service, build long-term relationships, and work in a team-oriented environment.
- Client managers should also have knowledge of, or experience working, in the industry of the company with which they wish to work, such as finance or technology.
- Client managers should have strong communication and negotiation skills, as well as solid presentation skills.
- The ability to operate computer software, such as Microsoft Office, may also be helpful.
Salary: Not disclosed
Industry: Strategy / Management / Consulting Firms
Functional Area: Others
Role Category: Others
Employment Type: Full time