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Sales/Business Development For Fishing Commerce Start-up

Company Name:
Mystery Tackle Box
Mystery Tackle Box is the leading subscription commerce company in the fishing space. We are transforming the way America's 50 million+ anglers discover new fishing products and learn new techniques. We are able to help fishing lure manufacturers to tens of thousands of anglers in a way never before possible. We are looking for a talented and energetic sales and business development professional to help grow and maintain relationships with product manufacturers as well as close new deals.
As a content manager you will be responsible for...
Sourcing new products to feature in our monthly boxes.
Building and maintaining relationships with fishing tackle manufacturers.
Selling ad-space in Mystery Tackle Box print and web properties.
Identifying new revenue and partnership opportunities.
Revieiwing campaign results with partners.
Planning and coordinating box development.
Create PowerPoint presentations and pitch material.
Track lead and partner interactions via CRM
We are looking for candidates with the following relevant experience/skill sets:
2-4 years of sales or business development experience.
A strong understanding of and passion for the fishing industry.
Strong verbal and written communication skills.
Expereince using CRM tools to manage sales process.
Experience cold-calling and pitching b2b opportunities.
What makes this a special opportunity?
It's a chance to work in an industry that you love.
It's a great opportunity at an early-stage startup that's growing fast.
It's an opportunity to work on a team with people who have built and sold previous companies and also worked as writers in ad agencies.
Mystery Tackle Box is based in Downtown Evanston with easy access from all major public transportation systems. Compensation is DOE. Please include resume and cover letter in application.

Apply Now: http://app.betterinterviews.com/careers/MysteryTackleBox/vacancies/10750?board=

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