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BDM - Transactional

We are delighted to be working with an International US law firm who are looking to increase their headcount and add a Business Development Manager into their Transactional Practice Group team in Europe. This is a permanent role based in London with a hybrid working policy.

In this role you will work directly with the partners in a number of practice groups (across various offices in Europe) to develop and execute clear strategies and business plans, identify market and client opportunities, maintain current competitive intelligence, and manage an aligned range of marketing campaigns/programs, events, communications, and key account activity.

The Manager will have managerial and mentoring responsibility for a Business Development and Marketing Coordinator and is responsible for fostering a collaborative, high-performing team. Additionally, they may be required to lead cross-functional project teams and is expected to lead by example. The role requires the development of strong and effective working relationships within the Marketing Department, as well as with other administrative departments and lawyers.

  • Works with regional practice leaders on the development and coordination of marketing and client development plans and individual lawyer plans.
  • Attends and contributes to practice group meetings and planning sessions.
  • Tracks and analyzes practice initiatives and how those initiatives impact the practice's budget and provides evaluation of past initiatives to determine if there is sufficient ROI to repeat those initiatives.
  • Evaluates the viability and probability of the development of business prospects and cross-marketing efforts of the practices.

If this role sounds of interest then please do apply for it ASAP.

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