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what manager of business development jobs are in los angeles?

The primary role of the Manager of Business Development is to prospect for new clients by networking, cold calling, advertising or other means of generating interest from potential clients. They must then plan persuasive approaches and pitches that will convince potential clients to do business with the company. They must develop a rapport with new clients, and set targets for sales and provide support that will continually improve the relationship. They are also required to grow and retain existing accounts by presenting new solutions and services to clients. Business Development Managers work with mid and senior level management, marketing, and technical staff. He/she may manage the activities of others responsible for developing business for the company. Strategic planning is a key part of this job description, since it is the business manager’s responsibility to develop the pipeline of new business coming in to the company. The Role of the Manager of Business Development A Business Development Manager works to improve an organization’s market position and achieve financial growth. This person defines long-term organizational strategic goals, builds key customer relationships, identifies business opportunities, negotiates and closes business deals and maintains extensive knowledge of current market conditions. Business Development Managers work in…

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Sales Executives will never be poked with a sharp stick at Stack Exchange!!!

Sales Executives will never be poked with a sharp stick at Stack Exchange!!!

So if you’ve never heard of Stack Exchange, and I won’t hold it against you, I haven’t either. Although after reading the philosophy and history, I’m intrigued. For you Sales Executives out there, it goes a little something like this. They think you should work in the best environment, with the smartest people, doing challenging and different things every day. You’ll be happiest if you receive stock options, free lunches, and top-notch benefits, so they’ll give you those things too. In fact, they’ll give you whatever you need to get your job done. Stack Exchange is a group of people who are trying to make the internet a better place. They are building an incredible team and work hard to make sure every new hire is the best fit possible. Wow, but that of course is the hardest part with all of these hip companies, fitting in. If you can dazzle them with your talent, passion and potential, you’ll get to work with some of the smartest and friendliest people you’ll ever meet. Apply Here The Stack Exchange Mission Their mission is simple: “Make the Internet a better place to get expert answers to your questions.” They’ve already done that…

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Networked Insights crunches big data like candy and gives insights in the now for advertisers

Networked Insights crunches big data like candy and gives insights in the now for advertisers

Business development managers keen to boost their agency’s online advertising sales successes might look to Chicago for advice on the best data to use.  Forget stale data from focus groups or TV ratings surveys from Nielson.Co.  Networked Insights, a young ad tech company based in the city’s West Loop, uses “data in the now” to help agencies and advertisers make fast decisions about the direction of a campaign. From math to marketing Company founder and CEO Dan Neely hatched his idea seven years ago while living in Madison, Wisconsin.  An actuary with a degree in risk management, Mr. Neely has brought his love of data to Deloitte and helped launch the internet insurance firm Esurance before setting up Network Insights, which uses cutting edge technology to whiz like lightning through data arising from vendors on more than 80 million conversations every week.  Then it categorizes and stores the data it’s collected, giving clients a clear picture in the here-and-now of what their clients think about their products, where they’re chatting about it and what else they’re interested in.  You don’t need to be a top-level business development manager to know that this kind of data is gold-dust. Last year in…

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