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Experience Level: Intermediate
I am looking for an experienced telemarketing professional who is able to set appointments. We sell advertising space within marketing brochures for wedding venues. We design and print these brochures free of charge for the wedding venues and offset production costs with the advertising revenue generated. We also distribute a certain amount of brochures for the venue.

You must have experience and be able to demonstrate excellent communication skills and the ability to get past gatekeepers and to the decision maker(s).

We will provide you with an online database of business contacts that can easily be updated and therefore I can see progress in real-time.

You may use the resources in our office if you are local to help reduce cost to you. We are able to provide you with your own desk (working space), computer and telephone. Alternatively you can work from your home, as long as you have a quiet business environment.

The first step will be contacting venues to set up appointments before we can move on to contacting possible advertisers. As soon as a venue has agreed for us to produce a brochure you will then be required to sell or arrange meetings to sell advertising space on behalf of that venue. As soon as we target the advertisers the money you will make will be more substantial, in excess of £600 per month based on appointments attended.

Full details of our business and what we do are available on our web site along with a media kit and previous examples www.sorbamedia.com. Media kit is also attached.

This is a long term position or even full time if we hit our targets.

Requirements:
Internet access
Computer access
Phone

Payments:
Per Appointment Attended £10
BONUS Per Complete Brochure (all advertising sales made) £500

I will need you to start as soon as possible and start arranging appointments for next week.

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