Do you want to join an exciting early stage start-up in the smart networking and interaction analytics event tech space? Are you passionate about growing businesses and building relationships? Are you motivated by working in a dynamic fast-paced environment? We’re looking for a growth development manager to join our team.
- Business development or sales experience with a desire to build connections and drive growth
- Research target businesses and contacts that should be using Hiver
- Work with our marketing team to creatively generate and nurture leads
- Articulate value and selling propositions with clarity and professional business acumen
- Proficient at building relationships and influencing conversations
- High levels of organisation and time management, so priorities are managed efficiently
- Passionate about technology and able to convey this through clear communications
- A self-starter capable of working with minimal guidance and supervision
- Marketing an/or event experience a plus
- Support Hiver at customer events, trade shows, and exhibitions with stand coverage and demo-ing to visitors
Culture and Personality
- Enjoys solving complex problems through creative thinking
- Comfortable working in a flexible, output-driven culture
- Self-directed and nimble in a constantly changing environment
- Thrives in a diverse, dynamic, collaborative team
Hiver is a female-founded, majority women technology company that uses wearable technology to help event marketers measure and improve engagement at their events by enabling networkers to remember every contact they meet and quickly connect with those they find valuable. It connects the physical with the digital networking experience through intelligent technology.
Hiver has been featured The New York Times, Forbes and The Financial Times and has also won Best New Event Tech by Exhibition News. If you’re interested, send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org with your LinkedIn profile/CV and the subject line “Growth Development Manager.”
Learn more at www.hivertech.com
No agencies, please.