As a Business Development Representative, you’ll start in an entry level position and grow as the company grows.
A bit about what will keep you moving all day:
The Business Development Representative has the responsibility for supporting the Head of Business Development and other team members with uncovering, developing, and closing enterprise business opportunities throughout the entire sales cycle. The primary focus is working through a coordinated and cohesive strategy to uncover new enterprise opportunities, including relentless/proactive outreach via phone and email, customer visits and walk-ins, scrubbing contact and conference lists for leads, mining past wins and losses to expand business, and utilizing digital tools (i.e. LinkedIn, etc.,) to develop new opportunities. In addition, the Business Development Representative will be tasked with the following: request and produce reports and presentations (primarily Excel, Word, and PowerPoint), organize shipments and track purchase orders, develop relevant processes, submit and track quote requests and samples, and maintain the CRM sales database. You will work closely with marketing to translate business development strategies into specific initiatives, additional market research projects, and selling activities.
You’ll be rewarded and recognized for your performance in an environment that will challenge you and give you clear direction on what it takes to succeed in a startup; in a business development role; and in closing opportunities with customers. Furthermore, you will have a front row seat in building a product-based startup from the ground up, working with customers, presenting to D Suite & C Suite executives, and developing and working through a sales funnel.
Care+Wear is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume and why you’re a perfect fit for our team.
1. Place the cover over medical dressing. Fit should be snug, mesh window should cover PICC site. The Care+Wear logo should be at the bottom of the cover once placed.
2. Remove daily to inspect PICC line site.
3. Wash regularly.
4. Contact your doctor immediately with any swelling, redness, pain, or fever.
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Small Measurements: 23.25 inches across the front chest when laid flat, 23.5 inches across bottom hem sweep, 47.5 inches in length from shoulder to bottom hem.
Medium Measurements: 24.75 inches across the front chest when laid flat, 25 inches across bottom hem sweep, 47.5 inches in length from shoulder to bottom hem.
Large Measurements: 26.25 inches across the front chest when laid flat, 26.5 inches across bottom hem sweep, 47.5 inches in length from shoulder to bottom hem.