Business Development Manager
A Business Development Manager plays a crucial role in identifying new business opportunities, expanding the company's client base, and driving revenue growth. These are a few examples of what a Business Development Manager does.
Common Tasks and Skills of a Business Development Manager
Identifies New Business Opportunities
The primary responsibility of a Business Development Manager is to identify new business opportunities for your agency. They research and analyze the market, competitors, and trends to identify new growth areas for the company
Builds and Manages Relationships
A Business Development Manager builds and manages relationships with existing and potential clients to generate new business opportunities. They establish and maintain a strong network of contacts in the industry and develop relationships with key decision-makers to position the company as a preferred digital marketing partner.
Develops and Executes Sales Strategies
A Business Development Manager develops and executes sales strategies to drive revenue growth for the company. They work with the sales team to develop proposals, negotiate contracts, and close deals with clients.
Collaborates with other departments
A Business Development Manager collaborates with other departments, including marketing, operations, and finance, to ensure that the company’s sales strategies align with the company’s overall goals and objectives.