Business Development Director UK (m/f/d)

Frontira is a strategic design firm. We define, build and scale digital products & services that generate new growth for leading companies.

We are looking for an experienced, forward-thinking Business Development Director to expand our geographic footprint to the UK. In your role as Business Development Director you will have full responsibility of the country’s sales pipeline, and are expected to propose and develop new strategic partnerships that help drive company objectives and business goals.

Working remotely, you are an independent and well connected professional with a proven track record of successfully selling client services aimed towards defining, building and scaling digital value propositions.

Business Development Director UK (m/f/d)
Remote – UK
Core tasks and responsibilities:
  • Full responsibility of the country’s sales pipeline
  • Propose and develop new strategic partnerships in local market
  • Lead Client Relationship Management
  • Work with current and new clients on key business development
  • Collaborate with Frontira International Business
  • Development & Marketing Team to develop local initiatives through sales development, in- and outbound marketing.
Skills & Experience:
  • Master in Business Administration (MBA), or similar
  • 5+ years experience in client service, key account management or consulting
  • Must demonstrate in depth knowledge and experience about defining, building and scaling digital services and products
  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills in English. German is a plus
  • Well connected within the local digital innovation scene
  • Knowledge of CRM platforms and automation software, such as Hubspot, Pipedrive or Autopilot
We offer:
  • Competitive remuneration and bonus
  • International work environment
  • Remote work opportunity
  • Latest Mac and iPhone
  • Revolut Business Card for expenses
  • Personal Development Budget.
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The COVID-19 outbreak is a new global reality that arrived fast and unexpectly, resulting in the birth of completely unfamiliar business context. With the beginning of the new calendar and fiscal years, businesses have seen their plans for 2020 become obsolete over the course of a few weeks. Undoubtedly as part of immediate crisis management, business leaders are coping with today but also revising plans, projections and priorities for what many are calling the ‘New Normal’.