Senior Business Development Manager (IP/Commercial/Retail)

Location
City of London
Salary
Competitive + bonus and benefits
Posted
17 Feb 2021
Closes
17 Mar 2021
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

This mid-sized international law firm is a breath of fresh air and a real alternative to the large global law firms offering a good work/life balance and an environment where innovation thrives. The marketing and business development function is actively growing. This is therefore an excellent time to join a firm where you can really make your mark.

In this Senior Business Development Manager role, you will lead business development and marketing for the firm’s commercial practice which covers IP, media, technology and outsourcing as well as the firm’s leading retail & consumer practice.  The role will involve:

Developing the groups’ business and BD strategy;

Developing the go to market strategy and proposition for the commercial/IP/media and retail groups;

Developing and delivering a key account programme for the retail group;

Develop a culture of cross-selling across the retail sector group;

Running thought leadership campaigns and other profile raising initiatives such as PR, events, internal comms and sponsorship opportunities;

Leading on major bids & proposals;

Managing a Senior Business Development Executive.

You will have a significant track record in a business development role within the legal sector and ideally have a strong knowledge of the legal sector. You will have excellent partnership management skills and be organised and self-motivated.

 

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