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Business Development Manager - Telecommunication Solutions

Reference number: BDM/J/1004537

We are strengthening Comarch’s team in Japan by looking for Bussines Development Manager. If you have ever wanted to work within the IT sector, provide top-notch solutions for the most demanding customers this role is designed for you.


  • Bachelor degree
  • Good recognition of Japanese telecommunication market
  • Proven success track in marketing, sales or consulting of the telecommunication solutions in Japan
  • Fluent Japanese and good English is a must
  • Excellent interpersonal and negotiation skills
  • Ability to analyze customer requirements and needs
  • Goal oriented attitude


  • Analysing the market, competitive landscape and identifying prospective customers
  • Actively searching for contacts to decision makers in the structure of prospective customers and acquiring clients
  • Preparing and conducting presentations and commercial offers
  • Achieving sales targets and reporting commercial activities
  • Preparing and negotiating contracts and coordinating performance with new customers
  • Acting as company representative for trade shows, events and conferences throughout the country
  • Developing marketing and investment strategies
  • Working closely with the consulting and production departments


  • Personal development - You can participate in a number of specialist trainings
  • Pioneer projects for the largest companies – We are working for clients all over
    the world, which lead us to open numerous foreign branches
  • Friendly atmosphere - We really enjoy our integration meetings, like board games evenings, marathons, city games, bowling
  • Stable employment – Comarch have been on the market for more than 25 years
  • Business trips – If you want to travel and visit our other departments
  • Small, cosy office – We all know each other and have their own place
    (lack of hot desks)