Job Title: Foreign Rights Manager
Job Location: London, UK
The Quarto Foreign Rights Department is looking for a proactive, efficient and commercially minded foreign rights professional with at least one year of experience in selling international rights or co-editions to join our London-based team, in order to further develop our adult business in Central and Eastern Europe.
A determined, positive and reliable salesperson, you will have outstanding communication, sales and negotiation skills. You will know how to maintain and build superb customer relationships and have the commercial awareness to identify sales opportunities and close deals. Fluency in English is a must; additional languages – ideally from the Central and Eastern European region - are highly desirable. You will need to be organized, and to work well both autonomously and as part of a team. You will enjoy a fast-paced environment and have the flexibility to adapt to changing business requirements.
This is an excellent opportunity for a rights professional looking for a new challenge. Experience will be reflected in the exact role, job title and salary.
The role is based in our central London office (government guidelines permitting) and involves travelling for up to 10 weeks a year.
If you feel you meet the above requirements, we would love to hear from you. Please send a full CV and letter of application to Anna Kovacs firstname.lastname@example.org. We will respond to candidates shortlisted for interview.
The Quarto Group is the leading global illustrated book publisher and distribution group and is listed on the London Stock Exchange. Combining the might of a major and the creativity of an independent, Quarto creates more than 600 adult and children's books a year. These books are sold by the Quarto Foreign Rights team into more than 45 countries and in more than 35 languages.
Quarto Publishing plc. is committed to a policy of equal opportunity and treatment, ensuring an inclusive and diverse environment.
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