Feb 032018

The Sales department is responsible for all sales related activities in the company’s regions. As Account Manager Benelux you are responsible for selling System products (Notebooks and Desktops) in the Benelux. You will do this by developing and maintaining your sales channel (distributors, resellers). You will work closely with the marketing department and travel 30% of your time. Before you go on business trip you define the strategy for your territory by analyzing closely the business opportunities. MSI is worldwide the number 1 in Gaming Hardware and seeks persons who are also enthusiastic to spread this message. We are looking for enthusiastic brand ambassadors who wants to sell these innovative Gaming products to our customers.


You will be supported by various departments like Technical Support, Marketing, Product Management, Logistics & Warehouse and HQ in Taipei.

You start with a thorough induction program including several trainings in which you will be getting more familiar with the company, the MSI products and the markets.

To be successful within this position you have at least a Bachelor degree in (commercial) Business Economics or equivalent. Besides that, you have between two and five years of relevant sales experience, preferable in the Computer Hardware or Consumer electronics.


We are looking for a candidate with the following:


  • Native level speaker of Dutch with fluency in English. French is a plus.
  • Bachelor degree
  • Between 2 to 5 years of Account Manager experience
  • Experience in Computer Hardware or Consumer Electronics business
  • Knowledge of Excel is a must


The company believes in three core values: Accountability, Results Orientation, and Team Cooperation. In order to be successful you must have these competences.


Besides the company’s core values the ideal candidate has the following competences: Self-awareness, flexible, curious, eager to learn, persuasiveness, perseverance, initiative and enthusiasm.

With 13.000 employees, our client is a worldwide leading manufacturer for computer components like Mainboards and Graphic cards, Notebooks, Tablets, All-in-One PC’s, Desktop PC’s and other IT peripherals and add-on cards.


They are  one of the ten European subsidiaries of the organization and responsible for the sales and marketing of their products in 28 countries in the EMEA region. My customer is based near Eindhoven and selling its products through its distributors and dealer network towards the end-users.

Match criteria: ICT, Procurement & Sales, Job, Sales representative, 2300 – 2700 Euro, Overig, Starter, 1 year, 2-5 years, Company hire, Prov. North Brabant, Dutch, Non

Company name: Undutchables Recruitment Agency BV

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