At KidzShala, you’ll team with the best in the industry to build one of the most innovative educational strategies in any school. Uniquely positioned at the center of an exciting, multi-faceted Preschool, the forward-thinkers at Kidzshala constantly pursue new ideas and technologies to help children obtain more from LEARNING!
We are always looking forward to have some good talents associate with us:
The Mother-Toddler Trainer must be a nurturing, caring individual with experience working with children from 6 months of age through 24 months of age. This trainer will be responsible for helping to plan and implement curriculum that meets the developmental needs of the whole child and ensuring that an interesting and varied program of activities is available to the children as well mothers in the classroom
The Role of the Business Development Manager
A Business Development Manager works to improve an organization’s market position and achieve financial growth. This person defines long-term organizational strategic goals, builds key customer relationships, identifies business opportunities, negotiates and closes business deals and maintains extensive knowledge of current market conditions. Business Development Managers work in a senior sales position within the company. It is their job to work with the internal team, marketing staff, and other managers to increase sales opportunities and thereby maximize revenue for their organization. To achieve this, they need to find potential new customers, present to them, ultimately convert them into clients, and continue to grow business in the future. Business Development Managers will also help manage existing clients and ensure they stay satisfied and positive. They call on clients, often being required to make presentations on solutions and services that meet or predict their clients’ future needs.
The primary role of the Business Development Manager is to prospect for new clients by networking, cold calling, advertising or other means of generating interest from potential clients. They must then plan persuasive approaches and pitches that will convince potential clients to do business with the company. They must develop a rapport with new clients, and set targets for sales and provide support that will continually improve the relationship. They are also required to grow and retain existing accounts by presenting new solutions and services to clients. Business Development Managers work with mid and senior level management, marketing, and technical staff. He/she may manage the activities of others responsible for developing business for the company. Strategic planning is a key part of this job description, since it is the business manager’s responsibility to develop the pipeline of new business coming in to the company. This requires a thorough knowledge of the market, the solutions/services the company can provide, and of the company’s competitors. While the exact responsibilities will vary from company to company, the main duties of the Business Development Manager can be summarized as follows:
Business development management positions require a bachelor’s degree and 3-5 years of sales or marketing experience. An MBA is often requested as well.
Networking, Persuasion, Prospecting, Public Speaking, Motivation for Sales, Planning, Territory Management, Market Knowledge and Microsoft Office.