Do you have experience of working in a global enterprise technology environment? Do you like the opportunity to do things differently? Do you consider yourself to be an inspiring leader?
Clarify works with global B2B enterprises and dynamic tech start-ups engaged in high value complex sales (from £200k to £30m TCV). It designs and builds specialist ‘office based Business Development (BD) teams’ that combine the coverage and scalability of a demand generation team with the business development skills of high-end field sales. Clarify’s innovative approach enables its clients to create influence and engage where existing go-to-market models struggle. As a result, growth is accelerated; market share increases and access to new markets are enabled. For more information, contact insight@clarifyBD.com
A Business Development Manager or BDM’s role is to build quality sales pipeline for Clarify’s clients so that they deliver on their corporate objectives.
Responsible for driving client engagement, delivering valued outcomes across multiple client programme, ensuring that the team delivers the required results.
I would recommend that from day one you throw yourself into it. Clarify has so much to offer, also on the social side, pub lunches, walking club, sports day, charity days…the more you throw yourself into it, the more you will enjoy it.
I felt that Clarify was an organisation that could enable tech businesses of all sizes to make a real difference from both within and in service of their clients; and secondly, the role was one that would give me the opportunity to make a significant impact to Clarify itself and to the people within it at all levels
Our CEO, Claire Edmunds, joined other sales leaders at Parliament as part of the APS group.
They were welcomed by the Business Secretary who spoke passionately about the sales profession and invited them to contribute to the government’s strategy on the future of British business and industry
I was interested in the way Clarify helps other businesses in an industry where is quite tough to help. I like helping businesses solve their problems.
I really liked that this role was giving me the opportunity to develop skills in senior relationships and giving me exposure to C Level executives that I wouldn’t have had the chance to develop previously
Clarify’s CEO Claire Edmunds discusses new ways to win new customers in the era of the fourth Industrial Revolution, stating UK businesses need to sell big, sell global and stay relevant. The article can be read in full in the Q417 issue of the International Journal of Sales Transformation. Finding new ways to win new […]
At Clarify you get rewarded and recognised for a job well done, fairness is really important here. Development is also a key area in the company, they see people’s potential and work with them to develop to the best of their ability. The company has a great vision for the future and in the day to day you can really live their values
Clarify invites senior leaders in the technology sector to join its next Connected Leaders networking evening on Thursday 8th February, 6.00pm – 9.00pm in the private dining room at the Chiltern Firehouse, London W1. Andrew Morrison, UK & Ireland Managing Director for Xerox, will be leading a session on the sales transformation Xerox is going […]