UK Business Development Manager
UK BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER - LONDON
LiveRamp is the leader in data connectivity, helping the world’s largest brands use their data to improve customer interactions on any channel and device. We thrive on mind-bending technical challenges and value entrepreneurship, humility, and constant personal growth.
ABOUT THIS JOB
Are you a self-motivated individual who loves building and nurturing strategic partnerships? Do you thrive in a fast-paced environment where you are surrounded by people who inspire you to be better and work harder every day? Do you want to be on the vanguard of marketing technology and Big Data? Consider joining our team.
- Identify, sign and grow some of our largest and most strategic European partnerships.
- Work closely with Product, Sales and Marketing to develop program solutions that expand and deepen these relationships.
- Identify new opportunities where LiveRamp can add value with all strategic partners.
- Contribute towards building a great company.
- 6-10 years of experience in a client facing role.
- Experience with mentoring and managing people.
- Experience with the complex data flows of the Ad Tech and big data industries.
- Proven experience developing strategic alliances and complex partnerships.
- Great communication skills both internally and externally.
- Remarkably strategic, driven, and very entrepreneurial.
- Super independent and self-sufficient. You need little management, only coaching and mentorship.
- Type S(tartup) personality: smart, ethical, friendly, hard-working and proactive (no exceptions).
- Competitive salary and commission plan
- Private medical
- 25 days holiday
- Life assurance
- Matched pension to 10%
- Strong social committee – events, free lunches etc.
- On site gym
- Season ticket travel loan.
- Location: work in the heart of London, close to the South Bank.
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