E&E News is seeking a Business Development Specialist responsible for identifying and preparing targets for new business generation. The job will require cultivating an understanding of the broader market and creatively developing sources and systems that deliver quality sales opportunities on an on-going basis.
A critical part of the job is researching, inputting, updating and tracking new/potential contacts and organizations in a database so it is easy to search and analyze. This includes gathering information about potential targets from social media and other platforms. The position will also establish and maintain partnerships with industry event coordinators and other third parties as part of E&E’s marketing efforts.
A successful candidate will have strong time management, multi-tasking and analytical skills with an independent drive and initiative to follow research leads. It is important that he or she is comfortable communicating by phone or email and can foster relationships with clients and fellow team members. A positive attitude and respect for co-workers is a must, as is an understanding of E&E’s products and business strategy.
A bachelor’s degree is desired, although not required. The job will be based in our D.C. office. Salary is commensurate with experience and includes comprehensive benefits.
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