What does a Business Development Executive do?
A Business Development Executive is at the top of the business development department in a corporation. Executives are in charge ensuring officers and representatives are generating new client business as well as producing their own business. They are also tasked with designing strategies for junior developers to implement. Advancement from Business Developer, Business Representative or Business Officer is a typical transition to this position.
A Business Development Executive will usually have a degree from an accredited college in business or a related field. Possess an advanced education in that field and have 10+ years experience as a Business Developer. The job relies heavily on the ability to manage and prioritize projects and people. Having strong logistical skills and good communication is a must in this position.
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