Senior Manager, Business Development – Consumer Products, London, Condé Nast

Published 2022-08-07
Expires 2022-09-07
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Senior Manager, Business Development – Consumer Products, London, Condé Nast
United Kingdom, London, London,
Published August 7, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Senior manager, business development – consumer products

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Condé Nast is a global media company producing the highest quality content with a footprint of more than 1 billion consumers in 32 territories through print, digital, video and social platforms. The company’s portfolio includes many of the world’s most respected and influential media properties including Vogue, Vanity Fair, Glamour, Self, GQ, The New Yorker, Condé Nast Traveler/Traveller, Allure, AD, Bon Appétit and Wired, among others. Condé Nast Entertainment was launched in 2011 to develop film, television and premium digital video programming. Job Description Location: London, GB Overview/Purpose: We are seeking a Senior Manager for the Business Development division of the Consumer Products team at Condé Nast. The ideal candidate has an understanding of product licensing and consumer products in an ever-changing digital world; is a highly-motivated, driven, enthusiastic, results-oriented professional and self-starter with experience in business development and demonstrated knowledge of licensing business models. Our iconic portfolio of brands creates innovative content across media platforms that push the boundaries of traditional storytelling. Primary Responsibilities: This role reports directly to the Executive Director on the Consumer Products team and is based out of the London office. Analyze industries and competitive landscapes to stay ahead of new industry trends Identify, research and pitch licensing opportunities to help drive an active pipeline of new business prospects Update and, where necessary, create sales materials and pitch decks Negotiate contracts and amendments; work with Legal to move contracts to execution Work with brands and internal sales teams to identify cross-selling opportunities Collaborate with editorial teams to explore brand collaborations and licensing opportunities on a global scale Establish and maintain industry relationships Attend industry trade shows as needed to identify and meet new prospective partners Set up partnerships for long-term success to achieve aggressive departmental growth plan and revenue targets Requirements: A minimum of 6 years of experience in business development, preferably in product and content licensing; international experience is a plus Ability to work in a fast paced, dynamic environment Proven ability to establish and foster partnerships Adaptable to evolving priorities Exceptional problem-solving and analytical skills Strong communication, interpersonal and time management skills Driven, confident, proactive, goal oriented, enthusiastic and motivated self-starter Solid network of contacts within the licensing industry Successful track record of building licensing programs Demonstrated ability to work in an entrepreneurial team environment Able to thrive in a hybrid work environment Proficiency in Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Google equivalents What happens next? If you are interested in this opportunity, please apply below, and we will review your application as soon as possible. You can update your resume or upload a cover letter at any time by accessing your candidate profile. Condé Nast is an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, age, familial status and other legally protected characteristics.

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