Telecommunication company, Interactive Telecoms has unveiled its brand new Licensee initiative, which will see the firm expand UK wide and create new career opportunities in telecommunications across the West Midlands and UK.
The Birmingham based company has launched its Licensee Program in a bid to create a channel of UK wide Licensees, who will specialise in fixed line telecommunications, as part of the firm’s future growth expansion plan.
Interactive Telecoms wants to expand its UK wide presence via this innovative initiative to target individuals who are either victims of the recession or are looking for a new flexible career prospects.
It is expected to create 30 new roles before Christmas and a further 24 during the first quarter of 2010.
Licensees will undergo one to one training on site at the telecommunication firm’s brand new training room based at its head office, in a bid to secure the knowledge and skills required to provide the very best technical and telecommunication solutions.
Margaret Brewer, Managing Director of Interactive Telecoms, said: “We have had our best year to date with new business wins, a new sales centre opening and an internal recruitment drive in the Midlands.
“It is the right time for us to launch this exciting initiative as we will be helping create new opportunities in telecommunications in both the region and UK wide.
“This initiative will allow us to fulfil our plans to expand across the UK and enable us to enter new sectors.”
Training will include sessions on sales techniques and product knowledge, building business relationships and winning new business.
The telecommunication specialists will also work closely with licensees during this initiative to provide the tools and support required to create and increase client banks and new business wins.
Terry Boughen, is one of the first Licensees to join Interactive Telecoms new Licensee Initiative.
He said: “This is a fantastic opportunity to further develop in the telecommunication sector with the confidence and support of an already very successful telecommunications company.
“It is extremely hard to go it alone currently, but with the support of this initiative you have the training and experts available to help you be successful.”