The business development manager, or BDM, informs others about company products and services and acts as the point of contact for new clients and their assigned existing clients. To create a job listing, simply add your business development manager duties to our business development manager job description sample and start attracting top talent today
Your job as a business development manager is to identify sales leads, pitch goods or services to new clients and maintain a good working relationship with new contacts. ... Communicating new product developments to prospective clients. Overseeing the development of marketing literature. Writing reports. Business development managers will need to possess the following skills:
Good communication skills.
Good interpersonal skills.
Good business knowledge.
Tact and diplomacy.
A good grasp of numbers and the ability to write documents in a professional style.
Responsibilities: Oversee the sales process to attract new clients. Work with senior team members to identify and manage risks. Maintain fruitful relationships with clients and address their needs effectively.
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