Business Director

  • Auckland

Our client is recognised as one of New Zealand’s most successful professional services organisation, working with many of our countries largest companies to bring them closer to their customers, delivering end-to-end customer transformation programmes. They are part of a global network, based in central Auckland.

They are looking for a senior marketing automation professional, who will join as part of the Executive team to drive this side of the business. Reporting to the CEO, you will be responsible for building the strategy for marketing automation business, overseeing the sales pipeline and delivery quality. Strong client service skills are essential as you manage client relationships at a senior level, driving growth on current account and bringing new clients to the business.

As the champion of this unit, you will be the evangelist for Marketing Automation and how it fits with the CRM and Design Experience offerings, ensuring collaboration with the CRM team to build out end to end offerings for customers, plus working closely with the media and creative teams to educate them about Marketing Automation and co-develop client propositions.

This is currently a team of 12 people with the expectation to grow this to 15-18 people in the short term. Proven leadership skills, understanding how to motivate, empower and grow your team is essential.

Our client is looking for someone with a strong digital strategy experience who understands professional services and is excited about building their own team. In return you will have the opportunity to truly make you mark on an innovative and rapidly growing business.

Send your CV to Ginnaya Turner, email Ginnaya@thecreativestore.co.nz, or call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for more details. Ref: 23988.

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