Business Development Coordinator

Company Name:
Collective Bias
Business Development Coordinator
Reports to: Sr. Business Development Coordinator

Duties include:
-Manage the administrative and other support needs the business development team.
-Conduct prospect research. Submit business development shop and insights requests, build budgets and customize capabilities decks for client meetings.
-Coordinate meeting logistics and follow-ups.
-Track leads and opportunities in Salesforce.com - provide pipeline updates regularly and upon request.
-Coordinate meetings with internal strategy, product development, audience development,
, and marketing team members for proposal customization as needed.
-Create IO's as directed.
-Position is expected to evolve into more client facing duties as support
learns Collective Bias product and process and demonstrates professionalism and self-direction.
-Implement and manage a CRM system (currently using salesforce.com), and provide support for sales and business development departments.
-Work with multiple teams to develop and implement comprehensive strategies, systems, tactics, metrics, budgets, resource requirements, and action plans to grow sales targets.
-Analyze business processes and collaborate with multiple teams to identify opportunities to streamline processes and measure results of activities.
-Develop sales support metrics and track and report on performance and productivity of the technical sales support team.
-Ensure the organization has the adequate skill sets and resources to provide exceptional support for the business development team.
-Develop and communicate strategies to management team.
-Build and maintain a collaborative environment by emphasizing teamwork.

-Bachelor's degree in marketing or business or related field.
-Client service, BtoB sales or sales support experience a plus.
-Passion for social media and shopper marketing.
-Demonstrated attention to detail and project management experience.
-Proficiency in PowerPoint, Excel, Gmail (including Google drive and calendar).
-Experience with Salesforce.com is preferred.

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