Overseeing business proposals and initiatives | Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis | Market Research
At NDR medical, we fervently believe in our cause to revolutionise the surgical arena with advance guard technology and our drive. We strive to push our technology beyond our current status to evoke the life-changing improvements in surgeries that we have envisioned. As we seek to expand our partnerships and outreach, we are sourcing for an experienced team member who can fit into the NDR culture and share similar beliefs with the team on board. Join us as a business development executive to experience a challenging yet fruitful career ahead.
Identify partnership strategy to grow business value.
Building, maintaining and managing the account relationships with current and prospective partners
Identifying and converting Business leads to business opportunities
Responsible for end-to-end deal-making/ deal closing
Conduct market research
Responsible for evaluating strategic and partnership opportunities, performing a broad range of quantitative and qualitative analysis
Any other Business Development related works or administrative matters that are delegated as and when required
At least 3 years' experience in Business / Development / Finance or similar fields
Degree holder preferably from the business / finance / accounts discipline
Good writing, communication and interpersonal skills
Effective negotiation and influencing skill
Sound understanding of financial fundamentals
A self-starter and a team player
Hardworking, good working attitude, perseverance and resilience
Highly self-motivated, confident, tenacious and results driven
NDR Medical Technology is a medical device company that started operations in 2015 and specialises in the development of surgical robotics. Driven by AI, our Automated Needle Targeting (ANT) System facilitates accurate needle punctures to the organs such as lungs, kidney, pancreas and spine. With high accuracy and precision, it promotes surgical procedures such as biopsy and ablation to be conducted at an earlier stage, expediting the discovery of illnesses and treatments.