The UK's leading green business media brand is looking to appoint a new Business Development Manager
BusinessGreen is looking to appoint a new Business Development Manager to help lead the next phase of the brand's commercial development.
The role offers a unique opportunity to join an award-winning team committed to advancing the development of the green economy and sustainability sector.
The full time position - which includes a competitive salary and benefits package, and is located at our offices in London's Covent Garden - is currently open for applications.
The Business Development Manager will be responsible for selling multiplatform solutions and driving the BusinessGreen brand forward.
The role will predominantly be focused on selling advertising solutions and marketing services to companies across the Green economy and relevant ad agencies, both via phone and face to face.
The products include conferences, digital advertising, whitepaper content creation, lead generation, webcasts, bespoke events and awards, as well as a full range of customised marketing services.
A varied and engaging sales role, this is a fantastic opportunity for an ambitious, creative and hard-working person to work on a leading brand and accelerate their media career.
BusinessGreen is published by AOP Digital Publisher of the Year Incisive Media and this new role is at the forefront of Incisive's growth plans for the fast-expanding green economy. It will be an extremely challenging but rewarding role with an opportunity for the right candidate to really make a name for themselves.
Full details on the role, salary and benefits, and how to apply are available here.
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