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We’re hiring in Dublin.
Sales and Marketing Executive
Nettl of Dublin Studio
An exciting sales and marketing opportunity with a leading creative agency.
We are the Europe’s largest network of web, design, print and signs studios. Providing Responsive Websites, Ecommerce, Apps, Display and Printing solutions to our clients. Are you the person we’re searching for?
Based at our Studio in the centre of Dublin, your focus will be on driving sales, winning new clients, and managing existing accounts. You’ll provide a consultative approach to every sale and work with each client to determine their business’s needs and aspirations, because we succeed when we help our clients grow their businesses.
We’ll provide you with full training in sales & marketing. You’ll be supported directly by our Regional Director but you’ll have the appetite to hit the ground running. You’ll action exciting campaigns to generate opportunities, and have input on sales and marketing strategy. You will have a marketing budget, and access to our networks suite of collateral, both online and offline.
What you’ll do
- Build and manage a pipeline of clients;
- Become an expert in Nettl’s products;
- Propose marketing solutions that meet our clients’ needs;
- Generate leads via Marketing, Sales Calls and Networking;
- Pioneer new initiatives within a fast growing studio;
- Develop meaningful client relationships;
- Achieve and exceed sales target.
What we’re looking for
You’ll ideally be of graduate level, but this is not essential. If you’ve experience of working in a creative and/or sales driven environment it’s a benefit but your drive and ambitious attitude is what we are interested in.
- You’ll have the drive to leverage sales and build relationships;
- You are an excellent listener and can demonstrate sales and leadership skills;
- You have an appetite to continually learn and develop;
- You are adaptable and can think on your feet;
The right candidate will receive a competitive salary, OTE benefits and extensive career opportunities.
Job Type: Full-time
Send your CV and a short note telling us why you’re the right person.
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Nettl of Liverpool
On a regular basis here at Nettl of Liverpool, we’re still occasionally asked “what happened to Printing.com?” When you think about it, that’s kind of like asking “Where did Nettl of Liverpool come from?” Well, we’ll tell you!
Our business originally started in Liverpool under the aforementioned name of Printing.com, which was back in 2005 and as a two-person operation. At that time, our business focused solely on printing and design, providing professional material with an emphasis on high quality and eye-catching imagery for businesses of all sizes and sectors.
Based on Dale Street, one of the busiest streets within Liverpool’s business district, Printing.com quickly became a success, and was one of the more recognisable offices that people would see travelling in and out of the city centre over the next few years. However, as the world of technology changed with the growing importance of the internet, we had to change too, and so our evolution entered a key stage in 2015.
That year, we changed our name to Nettl, incorporating the Printing.com title since print and design remained a key part of our business strategy. However, these services were joined by website design and web development, ensuring that we could cater to the many SMEs in and around the region who require a first-class functional website at an affordable price. This would also lend itself into similar web options such as ecommerce and online booking. This was a crucial time for us, as it allowed us to expand beyond our previous reach, as well as encountering new, exciting opportunities.
In February 2016, we added another service in the form of exhibition design, in particular fabric exhibition stands, which allows ambitious companies to make a bigger impact at networking events and business conferences. The increased range of services necessitated the growth of our team of experts, which now includes Peter (managing director), Thomas, Emma and Stephanie. We have now been around for twelve years, remaining at our prominent office on Dale Street, and it’s been a remarkable journey thus far.
So, for those who still ask us “What happened to Printing.com?”, the answer is: we evolved, and we became the larger, busier and more prominent Nettl. We still offer print and design, but we offer many other equally-vital services for businesses too. And whilst it’s been a great ride so far, we’re even more excited about what the future brings, as we look towards the next step in the evolution of Nettl!
As many as two million sole traders and small companies have missed out on £1.5bn of Cyber Weekend online sales* in the past week according to the Department of Business, Innovation & Skills. As a result, www.nettl.com are offering £50,000 of web development grants to 100 SMEs to help them get online. The £500 grants on offer are design to give smaller businesses the leg up they might need to start selling online.
www.nettl.com, the new high street design studio, is supporting small businesses with a free one-hour consultation for up to 100 local small businesses in Birmingham, Manchester, Dublin and London and a £500 grant off a Nettl:Commerce online web shop before 23rd December 2014.
Many of the UK’s small and medium sized companies have so far missed out on the cyber spending in December due to their lack of online presence, and according to the Department of Business, Innovation & Skills more than half of customers (55%) say they find it hard to support local businesses when they simply can’t find them online.
“Our clients tell us they know they need to sell online, but find it difficult knowing where to start. They hear about how expensive web development is and worry that they are going to get ripped off. It’s our mission to remove the black magic and mystery of ecommerce and help small businesses to just start selling online,” said Peter Gunning, CTO of Nettl.
“To show our support for SMEs, we’re offering any local business who signs up for a no-obligation consultation a £500 grant towards the cost of their web shop.”
“We’re so confident that our web shops will make a difference that we’ll even offer clients the option to pay their website over 12 months, so that with just a few orders, they can cover their costs.
“Championing small businesses is at the heart of Nettl’s ethos.”
If you are a small business in Manchester, Birmingham, London or Dublin, visit www.nettl.com to find your local studio and reference the £500 grants on offer.
*Black Friday online sales calculated at £810m, Cyber Monday online sales £720m according to Department of Business, Innovation & Skills
We’re here people, the penultimate font of our Free Font Friday.
Next week is something really special that we can’t wait to give away, but we must! So as to not leave you disappointed, we’ve cooked up this snazzy little number. SciFly is great for a multitude of different uses.
By downloading the above link, you’re treating yourself to a new font in OpenType (OTF) format for use on your Mac or PC. It also includes webfonts in TTF, SVG, EOT and WOFF formats, suitable for use on your website. Before you say it, we know, we are too kind. Cloud Control is yours to use however you like. So feel free to pop it on a leaflet, online or for your clients new company. It’s free… forever. You lucky, lucky things. Take a look at what you’re treating yourself to.
Don’t thank us, pay it forward! Nettl web studios
Cloud Control is licenced under the Creative Commons Attribution v3.0 Licence which allows you to use it for any purpose, even commercially.
According to figures released by IMRG and Capgemini, September this year was the point when more websites were visited on mobiles than using desktops.
The data shows 52% of all traffic to the retail sector came from Smartphones and tablets, meaning that its more important than ever to make sure your businesses website adapts for mobile use.
Is your website letting you down by not adapting for all types of viewing media? At Nettl, we make all our websites mobile or ‘responsive’ first, so you’ll never be left embarrassed by how your site views on a Smartphone or tablet.
We have studios in Manchester, Birmingham, London and Dublin, so get in touch with your nearest studio to arrange a free 1 hour consultation on your site. So why not make sure your site is a mobile website and not an eyesore.