tmgroup having yet another growth spurt

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11 March 2016


tmgroup buildingDue to continued client acquisition, alongside a buoyant property market, we are recruiting into our sales and account management teams to provide improved field support for our existing client base.

Alongside the new services we are releasing on a monthly basis, we are also about to embark on one of our biggest growth activities in our history, so it’s a great time to be joining the tm team.

At tmgroup we have a vision to streamline the property transaction for the benefit of all and have set ourselves the challenge of making life easier for everybody involved in the a property transaction. We do this through our innovation and experience, by employing great people and by listening to our customers.

We provide services to a customer base of over 1,500 conveyancers, estate agents, lenders, local authorities, search companies and utility providers.

Ben Harris, sales and marketing director at tmgroup commented:

“2016 has begun in such a positive manner for tmgroup that we need to build our teams to match the demand. Our customers are continually being put under more and more pressure and need increased support from partners like tm to provide solutions that save them time.

“These positions are critical to help us to continue to support our customers and deliver new services as we prepare for yet more growth.”

We are recruiting for:

Business Development Manager – South West

Key Account Managers – Roles available nationwide

To register your interest and find out more about the positions, please contact hr@tmgroup.co.uk in the first instance where we will be happy to provide you with more information.

 



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