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Director, Partnerships

Company Overview:

Brand Networks simplifies social, delivering award-winning social advertising software and services to enterprise customers throughout the world. We are proud to be one of the few companies in the industry formally recognized as an early Snapchat Partner, Facebook & Instagram Marketing Partner, Pinterest Marketing Developer Partner, LinkedIn Sponsored Updates and Custom Apps partner, and Twitter Ads API Developer.

Description:

The Director, Partnerships will be responsible for cultivating best in market relationships with Brand Networks’ channel partners and will focus on the strategic growth of these partnerships. The individual in this role will serve as a partner liaison to the Sales, Services, Marketing, and Product teams to bring forth strategic insights and recommendations to our partners and foster channel partner communication across business units.

  • Play a leading role in engaging Client Partners and the Facebook Market Dev team, developing deep relationships and building loyalty through frequent and consistent communication.
  • Own the day to day relationships and deliverables for key channel partners.
  • Ingrain oneself into channel partner environment and culture through a ‘feet on the street’ approach. Frequent visibility at channel partner offices will be a key component of this role.
  • Work with the VP, Partnerships to compile and deliver quarterly pacing towards revenue goals, channel usage & performance, new business wins & pursuits, and product enhancements to each of the channel partners.
  • Serve as an internal liaison between Partnerships and Services to identify commonalities, strengths, and innovative solutions being deployed across clients and communicate findings back to our channel partners.
  • Work alongside the VP, Partnerships and the Marketing team to ideate and create channel specific solutions that align with Brand Network’s product strengths and book of business.
  • Align with key channel partners to leverage customer success stories to win new customers and drive new revenue opportunities.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree in Marketing, Advertising, Communications or equivalent field of study.
  • 5+ years of direct digital or social media experience required; experience working at an FMP or in a media planning or buying position at an advertising or media agency preferred.
  • Deep ad tech marketing knowledge and proficiency is required.
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills; the ability to talk knowledgeably about digital media and its implications on today’s business with an emphasis on translating insights and data into client value.
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