Business Development Manager
We're looking for our Guy Kawasaki, not another Willie Loman. Do
you love reaching out to initiate and explore technology deals? How about being
able to research a lead, dig up info about their partners and everything within
their market, and then think up ideas for doing business with all the
players? Can you understand technical concepts and condense them into tangible
stories? Write about technical use cases? Talk about technology in a way that
technical people will respect?
Reaching out genuinely to our ecosystem of industry players and partners to
work out creative ways to do business together. You'll learn about our
technologies, how they're used and how they interoperate. More importantly,
you'll explore ideas for new uses and future markets.
You're a very sharp technical marketing person on their way up, who can talk
the talk and walk the walk. You're a detective, charismatic, biz-savvy, and
technical. You love research and reading up on industry and
technology news, and you're not afraid to reach out, talk, ask questions and
seek knowledge. You have a college degree, preferably in a technical field. If
you come from the world of publishing, tech pubs or accessibility, that's
definitely a plus.
What's in it for you?
We're an established, growing software company headquartered in a very cool
space in the entertainment district in Downtown Long Beach. In addition to a
great salary and excellent benefits, there's Bagel Monday, fresh fruit and soft
drinks every day all day, birthday celebrations, holiday BBQ, Gold's Gym
membership, Long Beach Grand Prix 1 block away, happy hour sometimes – and
Send your resume and a note to stand out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
No phone calls please.
About Design Science
Design Science (DSI) is a worldwide leader in software for scientific and
technical communication. The company’s MathType, MathFlow and MathPlayer
products are used by scientists, engineers, educators, students, and publishing
professionals, for authoring and publishing mathematical notation in print and
online content. DSI also licenses components and technology to OEM partners who
want to math-enable their own products, and aggressively research new products
and technologies, particularly those that extend our commanding lead in MathML
May 14, 2014