Sales Consultant

10 Yeomans Row, Knightsbridge London Sw32AH
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United Kingdom
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Greater London
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Full time
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Base plus sales commission
Experience :
Less than 2 years
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Company description

Established in 2001 and now with three beautiful stores in Knightsbridge, South Kensington and Birmingham, we really are the go-to destination for brides on the hunt for a jaw-dropping gown.

We travel the world to source only the finest quality top designer brands for our brides. Featuring world renowned luxurious designer brands, such as Carolina Herrera and Zuhair Murad; modern and ethereal gowns from Costarellos and Rue De Seine; and elegant classics from Suzanne Neville and Jenny Packham. Each of our stores has a perfectly curated edit to suit all brides & budgets and all set within super stylish surroundings.

Job description

Sales consultant role in a fast paced designer bridal store. Responsible for sales targets in store, maintaining client relationships, product knowledge and stock condition. This is busy and fast paced environment which requires committed and ambitious individuals who have a passion for selling and developing the company. This role requires extremely flexible and motivated staff.


▪Work as a team at all times. It is key to have constant open communication between members of staff.  
▪Treat each other with respect and kindness, rudeness will not be tolerated.     
▪Polite etiquette on telephone calls and in appointments is expected. Refer to the scripts provided where necessary. 
▪When answering telephone calls, you are expected to follow the script provided to assist the client as efficiently as possible. 
▪Show enthusiasm and positivity for the role and the Company at all times.     
▪You are required to work well under pressure and handle any issues that arise calmly and logically. Escalate critical issues to the store manager.

Specific needs

Bridal experience would be useful but is not essential.


Emma Clarke