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Business Development Jobs in Chicago

Busi­ness Devel­op­ment is one of the fastest grow­ing roles in Amer­i­ca.  Today’s busi­ness is high­ly focused on build­ing sales and Busi­ness Devel­op­ment Man­agers are in high demand. In Chica­go, the third largest city in Amer­i­ca with close to 3 mil­lion peo­ple, there are over 1,300 Busi­ness Devel­op­ment jobs avail­able now. What is the Busi­ness Devel­op­ment Man­ag­er Job The pri­ma­ry role of the Busi­ness Devel­op­ment Man­ag­er 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…

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Über-Networker With Hot Leads Needed For Travelzoo’s Business Development Manager Position

It takes a unique type of per­son to hunt out the best places to dine, dance and relax in a city the size of New York. That is why Trav­el­zoo Local is hunt­ing for a Busi­ness Devel­op­ment Man­ag­er that is the quin­tes­sen­tial Über-Net­­work­er for the NYC scene, know­ing what is hot and what is not in the Big Apple.  The best can­di­date for this face-paced posi­tion will enjoy the chal­lenge of find­ing the best ser­vices at the best prices for the Trav­el­zoo audi­ence. APP LY HERE     13 Mil­lion Amer­i­cans Look­ing For Incred­i­ble Deals On Trav­el­zoo Trav­el­zoo is the ulti­mate site to find the best deals in enter­tain­ment, din­ing and trav­el all across the world, with 27 mil­lion sub­scribers world­wide and 13 mil­lion in the U.S. To fuel their growth in region­al mar­kets, they have har­nessed the pow­er of their high-income sub­scribers to cre­ate Trav­el­zoo Local. This grow­ing facet is geared toward find­ing the hottest new busi­ness­es in local areas and con­nect­ing them with their vast audi­ence with supe­ri­or offers. APPLY HERE The key to Trav­el­zoo’s suc­cess lies with­in their team of deal experts that search out high-qual­i­­ty busi­ness­es that are look­ing to expand their cus­tomer base. Their sales…

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Buzzfeed — to raise its most massive investment yet?

Six months ago, we were report­ing on Buzzfeed’s record-break­ing prof­its, as the native advertising/viral content/news site con­tin­ued relent­less­ly on its seem­ing­ly unstop­pable upward tra­jec­to­ry. Accord­ing to Ven­ture­Beat, rumor has it that it’s now con­sid­er­ing a fifth fund­ing round which just might be as high as $200 mil­lion. You don’t need to be a vet­er­an busi­ness devel­op­ment man­ag­er to appre­ci­ate that when your com­pa­ny inspires that kind of con­fi­dence amongst investors, it’s turned into pure gold. A lit­tle tur­bu­lence The New York startup’s last fund­ing round was back in Jan­u­ary 2013, when it raised a com­par­a­tive­ly mod­est $20 mil­lion, bring­ing its total invest­ment at the time to $46.3 mil­lion. But savvy busi­ness devel­op­ment man­agers who’ve been fol­low­ing its recent progress care­ful­ly will know that it’s maybe over­sim­pli­fy­ing things to describe Buzzfeed’s progress sim­ply in terms of plain sail­ing. Things were look­ing fab­u­lous back in Novem­ber last year, when its for­ays into long-form jour­nal­ism and its list posts reached an audi­ence of over 130 mil­lion unique vis­i­tors. Fast-for­ward to this month, though, and it’s clear that the start­up has tak­en a cou­ple of hefty horse kicks recent­ly. For one thing, when it stopped pro­duc­ing so many inter­ac­tive quizzes – one of its…

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Interactive ad startup True[X] ramps up its war on worthless impressions

Busi­ness devel­op­ment man­agers work­ing to dri­ve online adver­tis­ing sales for their dig­i­tal agen­cies’ clients will like Joe March­ese: he’s at war with an indus­try that too often allows gen­uine­ly cre­ative efforts in dig­i­tal adver­tis­ing to get buried in a tsuna­mi of worth­less impres­sions. And his LA-based com­pa­ny, inter­ac­tive ad start­up True[X], has just bagged a fur­ther $6 mil­lion in Series D to stuff into its war chest. The war on worth­less impres­sions  March­ese says the mon­ey is an exten­sion of the Series D it raised back in 2011 (in those days, it was called “SocialVibe”); exist­ing investors Nor­west Ven­ture Part­ners, Pin­na­cle Ven­tures, Red­point Ven­tures and Jaf­co Ven­tures stumped up. The extra cash, March­ese con­firmed, will be ploughed into help­ing True[X] fol­low its aims more aggres­sive­ly. But what, the inquir­ing busi­ness devel­op­ment man­ag­er will be ask­ing, do those aims con­sist of?  March­ese wants to attract more big-name, qual­i­ty pub­lish­ers to the startup’s ad plat­form, mov­ing the indus­try away from shady prac­tices that he likens to Wall Street’s oper­a­tions in the sub­prime cri­sis of 2008. If that’s whet­ted our busi­ness devel­op­ment manager’s curios­i­ty even fur­ther, here’s Marchese’s argu­ment: the finan­cial prod­ucts mar­ket reward­ed the wrong things. It mass-mar­ket­ed hous­ing loans that any­one…

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Firstborn, the friendly New York digital agency with a “no-diva” policy

Pic­ture this: you’ve got a brand new job as a busi­ness devel­op­ment man­ag­er at a dig­i­tal agency and you’re rear­ing to go. But while you’re keen to start dri­ving those online adver­tis­ing sales, you feel just a bit like the new kid arriv­ing at school, wor­ried about eat­ing lunch on your own. If you land­ed your job at New York dig­i­tal adver­tis­ing agency First­born, that feel­ing won’t last long as the firm goes out of its way to wel­come new­com­ers. Fam­i­ly warmth  Found­ed by Michael Fer­d­man (now its CEO) back in 1997, First­born has chalked up an impres­sive list of clients over the years, amongst them super­star celebri­ties like Madon­na, for whom it made a dig­i­tal ver­sion of her album “Music”. Cur­rent­ly, the ros­ter includes big names like Under Armour, Moun­tain Dew and Aflac, and a few weeks back it cre­at­ed a con­­tent-dri­ven web­site for A‑list fash­ion design­er Tory Burch (the site streamed the New York Fash­ion Week event). Fer­d­man decid­ed to sell the com­pa­ny to Dentsu in 2011, and moved it and its 90 staff to the majes­tic AT&T build­ing in low­er Man­hat­tan, where it shares stu­dio space with its New York dig­i­tal neigh­bor, 360i. The wel­com­ing atmos­phere is…

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