Business Development Executive (Not Bid Heavy)

5 days left

London (Central), London (Greater)
£34,000 - £42,000
23 May 2024
20 Jun 2024
Contract Type
Full Time

We are working with a London boutique law firm with a great track record of working with not-for-profit, private clients and financial services. Their contemporary approach to dealing with clients has resulted in growth within their disputes team and as a result, they are looking for a Marketing and Business Development Executive.

You will work closely with the Marketing and BD Manager as well as the rest of the wider team on various cross-selling initiatives. The role is quite varied and there are multiple projects to get involved with such as podcast creation, thought leadership campaigns, etc.

The BD and Marketing Executive will be:

  • Supporting the BDM in developing and implementing BD plans
  • Providing market insights
  • Collaborating with various stakeholders including the events manager
  • Developing marketing material used for communication purposes
  • Proactively get involved in cross-selling

This is an exciting opportunity for a BD and/or marketing assistant looking to take the step up. As you will be working within a small team, it is essential to be able to be a team player but have the confidence to act under your own initiative. You will also have the opportunity to take full ownership of projects.

The firm has a really supportive and nurturing culture and we’ve seen numerous members of the team grow and progress! They also offer strong support for Mental Health and have great working hours.

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