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Tier 4 EMS has emerged from a management buyout and is ready to grow. With excess capacity to fill they need a HUNTER who can find new accounts. Must be based in a Western US state and have strong network and experience finding small deals.
95% Customer plant visit to Close ratio!
Account Size: $1-5m with an occasional $10m.
Email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Global Tier 2 EMS requires a BDM to take over the Midwest territory. The focus is on Automotive electronics. Must be based in the Midwest USA with a Detroit centered client base.
I am searching for an EMS experience Business Development Manager BDM with current experience selling PCBA in the BAY AREA (Northern California)
Target Deal Size: $5-50 million
Markets: Industrial, Medical, Communications, other
Comp: $110-120 MAX + 20% variable + Car Allowance + Expenses
My Client: Offshore EMS $800m revenue (division of bigger OEM) with expertise in Advanced Packaging. NPI Shop in California
P.S. Also open to a Key account manager (farmer) that can bring business.
P.S.S. MIDWEST: client is also open to hiring someone in the Chicago or MW region.
StepBeyond is searching for Business Development Managers for EMS
Companies want Hunter types, not Farmers.
From Tier 1 to Tier 4
Regions from Northwest, Northern California, Western USA, Midwest and more.
Industries include Medical, Automotive, Advanced Packaging and more.
Contact us today!
Mr. CEO. Did you CHOOSE to NOT GROW your company! Turn down business! No way you say? PWC says you have been!
There are myriad reasons, and it happens at all levels, but especially at Tier 3-4
Sure they say they want to grow...but they are afraid.
I would be too when I look a the makeup of their staff. Not that they aren't good people, but the team that brought you this far may not be the one that can take you to the next level.
StepBeyond Tier 3 Solution works with CEOs, owners, investors to shape the future by shaping the profile of the executive team.
Should you hire another just another person, or should you "Aquire" top talent...perhaps someone better than yourself (Steve Jobs strategy)?
Yes! Hire up!
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