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Account executives act as crucial links between a company and their client. The exact list of tasks that an account executive handles depends on the specific industry. In general, an account executive's main responsibilities include meeting clients and discussing their needs, working with account planners to develop a plan that meets the client's requirements, resolving problems that come up and updating the client on the progress achieved.
There is no specific educational requirement to work as an account executive but you must have completed a bachelor's degree in any stream. What is more important for this job is that you have excellent communication and presentation skills and a persuasive manner as well as outstanding negotiation and time management skills.
At your interview, your prospective employers will want to assess if you have what it takes to be an account executive. They will ask you about your goals and your aptitude and why you think you are a good fit for the job. If you've had experience working in this field, they will want to hear details about the role you played as the company's account executive and how you handled the clients' requests. Check out account executive mock interview questions to get a look at some of the more commonly asked questions.