Executive Assistant

, Bangalore · www.surgeway.com · Full-time employment · Business/Management

Those looking for a decisive career shift, a new challenge and interest in work in a fast-paced environment with a talented, hard-working and dedicated small team. Your efforts will have a direct impact on the firm's growth.

Who are we looking to hire-Somebody(preferably female) who has worked in BPO-outgoing sales, night shift, fluent English.Pharma experience would be an advantage (not necessary)

What work will you be doing?

  • Call and interact with importers on their requirements - Send excels for forecasts
  • Complete knowledge of all the products and product lists we have(on his/her fingertips)
  • Drafting emails and sending them to the manufacturers for updates
  • Skype usage / Whatsapp usage, and tech savvy for connect with Importers
  • Good written and oral communication skills
  • Courier / Sending of Samples Abroad
  • Meet Importers when they come to India and take good care of them
  • Push similar/new product lines to the Importer with emails/xl/word/brochures,etc.
  • Little knowledge on the tender business per se. (Of each particular country) - (Pitfalls/Clarifications)
  • Handle discussion of Product Registration costs and amortization with the Importer
  • Communicating designs and pack shots, and interacting with Designers & Importers for the same.
  • New countries- research, sending initial emails, calling and fixing appointments


A Bachelor’s degree, with atleast work experience of 1.5-2 years.

Should be very comfortable with using Computers-Office(Word and excel), internet and emailing, as well as Google & search.

Good oral communication, as he/she has to interact with international clients

Work full time day shift job (9.30am-6.30pm)

6 Days work

Competitive compensation

Additional training will be provided

Real opportunities for growth

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