28/03/2012

100 New Sales Jobs To Be Created At FMI

It has been announced that Field Management Ireland (FMI) is set to create 100 jobs after it won a sales contract with ESB’s energy supply business.

The company will manage Electric Ireland’s field sales activity in 2012, selling gas and energy services directly to consumers in addition to home energy services such as gas boiler maintenance, home insulation, and boiler replacement.

The new contract follows previous work FMI had done with Electric Ireland, who handled the launch of a field sales campaign in 2011.

Electric Ireland’s general manager Liam Molloy said the energy company had made “significant gains” last year, and had exceeded sales targets.

This year, the company is aiming to increase its share of Ireland's gas market.




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