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16 days ago

Divisional Sales Director

IQPC London, England

The Divisional Sales Director is a crucial role to the success of our business. You will have… Reed.co.uk


3 days ago

Sales Manager

IQPC London, England

The Sales Manager must have a consistent track record of sales in their career as well as some management experience. You may only have managed… Reed.co.uk


30+ days ago

Senior Sales Executive - Immediate Start - URGENT

IQPC London, England

IQPC is looking for a Senior sales executive with a minimum of 12 months experience selling in a b2b sales environment. This is a fantastic… Reed.co.uk


22 days ago

Business Development Executive - Military/Defence - URGENT

IQPC London, England

will involve: • Delivering an increase in the sales of attendees over the phone • Manage the accounts of existing clients and develop new… Reed.co.uk


10 days ago

Business Development Manager - Urgent

IQPC London, England

IQPC is looking for a Business Development Manager with a minimum of 12 months experience selling in a b2b sales environment. This is a fantastic… Reed.co.uk


30+ days ago

Sales Executive - Urgent - Immediate start

IQPC London, England

IQPC Exchange is the fastest growing division within IQPC. IQPC is a market leading conference organiser with offices in 8 locations globally and… Reed.co.uk


30+ days ago

Business Development Manager - Pharmaceutical - URGENT

IQPC London, England

IQPC is looking for a Business Development Manager with a minimum of 12 months experience selling in a b2b sales environment. This is a fantastic… Reed.co.uk


30+ days ago

Business Development Manager in Defence - Immediate Start

IQPC London, England

IQPC is looking for a business development manager with a minimum of 12 months experience selling in a b2b sales environment. Any candidates with… Reed.co.uk


28 days ago

Sales Manager Africa - Urgent

IQPC London, England

IQPC is looking for a sales manager with a minimum of 12 months experience selling in a b2b sales environment. Any candidates with experience selling… Reed.co.uk


28 days ago

Senior Marketing Manager - Urgent

IQPC London, England

This role needs a pragmatic, dynamic and creative marketing professional with excellent communication skills. Ideally we are looking for an… Reed.co.uk


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    Former Employee - Marketing Manager  in  London, England
    Former Employee - Marketing Manager in London, England

    I worked at IQPC full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Relatively good training. International travel for some roles.

    Cons

    On the surface IQPC London, Victoria seems like a work hard, play hard environment with no staff hierarchy. In reality this is a company of jumped up job titles, a massive gap between senior management and the masses and little respect for staff. You will have no work life balance, so be prepared to add an extra 2 hours a day to the advertised job hours... the only flexibility on offer is whether you do those extra hours morning or evening. This may be denied at interview but that is the REALITY.

    Be prepared to have about 5 managers, there is no one in the company below 'manager' status, job titles are jumped up to encourage self importance which doesn't trickle down in a good way. There is high staff turnover across the board and depending on which department you work in there is no sense of team work.

    Oh and top of a heavy work load you'll be expected to produce a plan to explain your plan, to explain your plan as well as having 10 meetings a day to 'plan'.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Get some older people into the company so it stops feeling like a bad Syfy movie whereby all people over 40 are mysteriously removed. Stop making people under 30 company 'directors' its laughed about by many and it promotes a culture of 'kissing your way to the top' rather than promotion based on experience and merit.

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