Simmer

Career At Simmer

Salespersons

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

Simmer Group is a NYC based marketing & creative agency working exclusively in the restaurant and hospitality industry. Partnering with some of the most exciting brands in the United States, our award-winning programs are accelerating our clients agendas across all digital fronts. As we continue to grow our creative, development and marketing personnel - we are in search of a sales & business development associate to take us to the next level. 

Having a knack (and passion) for the food-scene in both a boutique, fast-casual and brick & mortar capacity is a must. Understanding the marketplace and audience (restaurateurs, proprietors and multi-chain corporations) is a key. Sales (as you know) is communicative, listening and all the while providing engaging pitches to showcase our capabilities as a niche firm. We'll help you get moving along but we need forward-thinking people that want to bring their ideas, process and skill set into our mix. No wallflowers. Our work-to-date speaks volumes for what we can do - now it's time to grow and truly create an even more impactful name for our business and clients alike. 
 


The Role

Develop a targeted business plan to identify new prospects
Learn quickly from our team to understand our service offerings benefits
Open conversation with managers, business owners, decision makers
Engage potential partners on the benefits of marketing, creative and digital engagement
Comfortable in both phone and in-person presentations
Successfully close new business and maintain revenue targets

 


What We Need

Fun, engaging, personable, and self-aware personalities
People who are forward-thinking and not afraid to 'go for it' 
People who are passionate about marketing in both a traditional and social media sense
People who possess either a proven record of sales success or can demonstrate why they have an innate capability to showcase value to clients
Streamlined work approach; diligent with business/client/personal time management
Comfortability in a startup environment
 

Ryan Cuvelier