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Business Development Executive. Business Analyst. Business Advisory Consultant. Business Data Analyst. Sales Professional. Graduate Management Trainee.
With more than 70,000 employees and clients in over 130 countries, Maersk is deservedly considered one of the leaders in the logistics industry. That's why if you get hired by them and decide to become a part of the company, you can be sure to join a very diverse workplace with people from all over the globe. Besides great networking opportunities and high chances to climb the corporate ladder, you will also work for the organization with strong values and well-established brand identity. On the other side, being a part of such a big organization has its' disadvantages. For instance, it comes with lots of politics and sometimes it's difficult to innovate and make a change.
As a business partner at Maersk, you'll be in charge of various daily activities and operations depending on in which department you gonna work. Some of the main business partner's job duties include building strong and strategic relationships with key customers, serving as the first point of contact between the company and assigned clients, and monitoring and coordinating the end-to-end shipment lifecycle to ensure its' smooth execution. You will also be responsible for customer satisfaction with provided services and resolving any customer issues. To successfully complete all these tasks you should be able to demonstrate the ability to remain calm in stressful situations, think critically, and lead a group of individuals.
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