Business Development Specialist

  • Full Time
  • London
  • Salary Guide: £50,000 - £75,000

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MVF - 2ND In The Sunday Times Best Companies To Work For

As a Key Business Development Specialist you will join MVF at an exciting period of unprecedented growth to further scale the business. You are tasked... Role: Development Spec, Category: IT & Telecoms, Size: >500

Business Development Specialist: MVF – 2ND In The Sunday Times Best Companies To Work For

As a Key Business Development Specialist you will join MVF at an exciting period of unprecedented growth to further scale the business. You are tasked with closing, onboarding and ensuring successful trials and subsequent growth of MVFs enterprise opportunities. Alongside sales leadership and Marketing Operations you will develop the strategy to target key decision makers and close high value prospects. You will be accountable for hitting New Business KPIs, ensuring high revenue retention after trial and growing your portfolio of clients.

Position: Business Development Specialist
Location: London
Hours: Full Time
Salary Guide: £50,000 – £75,000
Last Updated: 12 May 2022
Job Category: IT & Telecoms

Business Development Role:

Fostering the growth of a business or organisation by modifying the business plan and business model and putting new projects in the pipeline. Making sure supporting departments such as Research and Development, Sales, Marketing, and Manufacturing are ready to take on new growth opportunities.

Other Duties:

  • Analysing business aspects in various departments and seeking opportunities for growth
  • Monitoring changes in business data
  • Interviewing staff about noticeable changes in their workflow or client relationships
  • Assessing whether the business is ready to take on new growth
  • Writing reports on findings
  • Entering findings into spreadsheets
  • Presenting findings to executives and other staff
  • Contacting new clients in new markets to expand the business
  • Fulfilling requirements for business deals and other business obligations
  • Selling products and services provided by the business
  • Networking with related businesses and fostering B2B relationships
  • Financing business growth decisions by doing such things as obtaining loans, funding, and/or grants or finding the capital within the company’s assets
  • Marketing the company to potential clients, partners, and financiers
  • Writing legal paperwork and other documents related to growth
  • Determining the value of financial decisions
  • Contributing to creative discussions and decision-making about the business’ future
  • Encouraging other employees and customers to take part in growing the business by showing enthusiasm for your work and maintaining a positive attitude



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