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English native Sales Executive Wanted

Sell! Sell! Sell! Ready to attack a global market in an exciting and dynamic environment? 

Click A Taxi is the world's largest taxi network, made up of the world’s best taxi companies. We are based in Copenhagen and our team currently consists of 20 people of 14 different nationalities.  We are looking for a talented person to work on our international direct sales, selling digital products to taxi partners around the globe. An untapped market awaits you and the products are amazing, if we may (humbly) say so ourselves. You will work directly with the CEO, Product Manager and Head of Communications.


Your responsibilities:


  • Sell our digital products to taxi companies. Leads are provided via our country launch team.
  • Shape our global roll out with our new and dedicated sales team.
  • Build long lasting relationships with our partners.


Your profile: 


  • Proven track record in new bizz sales in English speaking markets.
  • You never, ever, ever give up. Ability to reach for cake. Take what’s yours.
  • You are a native English speaker.
  • You’re prepared to put in the hours - and reap the rewards.


We offer:


  • Fixed salary and an attractive bonus scheme.
  • A very talented back office to help you out.
  • Great products to sell that add an amazing amount of value to the taxi industry.
  • A very talented team of colleagues that push you and the company forward.
  • Free access to the gym (FitnessWorld) in our building.
  • Fantastic office environment, complete with mandatory hang out area, Playstation and Wii, great (free) lunch and heaps of Friday bars.
  • Multiple trips with the company to explore the world.


Start date as soon as possible. Drop us a couple of lines about yourself plus a CV highlighting your experience and results in sales. Please note that we only accept applications from native speakers. Apply to Nikolaj Køster using the form here.

Posted by Marcel Bratter on Wednesday, December 19, 2012