New Business Manager (PT/Freelance)
Rare: is looking for a proactive, autonomous and flexible new business manager. Since starting in 2014 Rare: have seen considerable growth and are now looking to bring in a new business expert to manage the existing pipeline and identify new business opportunities for both Rare’s consultancy and product offering.
About the role
Due to our rapid growth over the last 3 years, Rare: is looking for an experienced New Business Manager to create new business opportunities and to manage the new business process from brief to pitch and conversion. We are looking for someone with 5+ new business experience, with a proactive approach to new business development. This person will help shape the new business strategy for 2018/19, in partnership with the managing director. We are looking for someone who wants to get stuck in and who can make a difference to the growth of the business.
Rare: work with clients of all sizes across all industries - from startups, to agencies, to large Retail brands, financial services, entertainment, charities and cosmetics...to name a few. The New Business Manager will need to be comfortable adapting to different research topics and industries.
Rare: also publishes its own research, so initiative in thinking of consumer-related topics of interest and the ability to write a compelling report / article about it, is welcomed.
Generate and contact leads
- Develop content opportunities with Managing Director and PR agency
- Develop go to market sales strategy for new product proposition in 2018.
- Keep up to date with developments in the research industry
- Work with the managing director to develop and target long term new business strategy
- Support managing director with collateral for new business meetings and pitches
- Maximise networking opportunities / attend events and trade shows
- You love the challenge of solving problems
- You are excited by challenges
If you are interested in working with us, please get in touch at: email@example.com
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