Aug 072018

Job Description
– Job based in (South Korea)
– Assist Sales & Marketing Manager in Thailand to find customer in your location.
– Present company profile and product to customer in (South Korea); send to report/progress back to Sales & Marketing Manager.
– Conduct weekly market analyst data and present to Sales & Marketing manager head office
– Identifying right markets and right customers to the company.
– Set up the appointment and schedule for Sales & Marketing Manager to visit customer.
– Perform marketing and sales responsibilities and take care of customer enquiries.

– Male or Female age not over 30
– Educational level: Bachelor degree
– Must be able to receive training in Thailand for 2-3 weeks
(Traveling cost & expenses will be provided)
– Good communication in English
– 1-3 years of work experience in sales and marketing would be advantage
– Have experience in Textile or Polyester would be advantage
– Good human relationship with positive attitude.
– Salary negotiable
– For more information about our company, please visit:

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