Business Development Skills

CAFRE, Greenmount Campus offers horticulture businesses technical support and training opportunities to develop skills and competences. An apprenticeship with a construction firm is a good way into the industry. As an apprentice, you will be fully employed by your company and expected to work a minimum of 30 hours a week.

Business Development Executive Are you a sales-savvy individual with the ability to build solid relationships? Junior Business Analyst Are you a Business graduate on the lookout for your first job in the industry? An exciting opportunity has arisen for a talented Account Manager/Senior Account Manager to join a leading PR Agency. Conduct high-level conversations with C-level and VP-level Executives to address business needs. Strong written and verbal communication skills (phone, email and face-to-face). As a student at the University, there are additional fees and costs which may or may not apply to you, but that you should be aware of.

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Employers tend to be larger companies that can dedicate time and resources towards developing their business. In smaller companies, business development is usually carried out as a smaller function within a broader mix of responsibilities. This being a sales role, you will be subject to sales and KPI targets; this is a crucial part of the role. With face-to-face client meetings key, you’ll be expected to travel – although the extent to which this is the case will depend on where the job is based.

The Business Development Manager is a strategic role within ACU and will play a vital role in their mission to support excellence in higher education throughout the Commonwealth and beyond. You will also manage two Business Development Managers, developing their skills and guiding them to achieve targets that will sustain our ambitious growth. The purpose of this module is to introduce creative management concepts and tools that can be used to address development challenges at individual, group or organisational levels. Such challenges are typically in the context of social, economic or sustainable development. Module content draws on approaches to challenge-based research undertaken by multidisciplinary teams at Ulster University and includes case material from international, practice-based networks.

You’ll deliver the charity’s strategy, leading a team of 2 to drive sales for strategic partnerships, including traditional fundraising partnerships, as well as training and consultancy. You’ll develop a strategy that leads to 15% income growth, ensuring more people can benefit from the charity’s services. If you are looking for a career in business development, there are several skills you have to develop. Whilst many business development roles require a degree, experience in sales, marketing or business management can be equally important. If you have in-depth knowledge about a particular company or market, perhaps by gaining more experience, you may be in a good position to suggest business development ideas.