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What does business development manager do?

 Business development managers are responsible for helping grow businesses by finding new opportunities, researching leads, establishing relationships with potential clients and arranging appointments for sales executives.

:-  Additional responsibilities include:

  • Research prospective accounts in targeted markets, pursue leads and follow through to a successful agreement.
  • Understand the target markets, including industry, company, project, company contacts and which market strategies can be used to attract clients.
  • Collaborate with design and sales teams to ensure that requirements are met.
  • Maintain relationships with current clients and identify new prospects within the area you have been assigned.
  • Have a strong understanding of company products, competition in the market and positioning.
  • Follow the latest industry developments and stay up-to-date on corporate competitors.

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