We are looking for an inventive, versatile and lively Sales & Marketing Manager to join us for 3 days/week to help take our marketing and sales efforts to the next level.
100%Open is a pioneer of open innovation with ambitious plans for growth. We work globally from our base in London with a mission to connect suits with sneakers; helping to create new products and services by connecting large organisations to the best people, ideas and technologies in the world.
Our tight-knit group of strategists, designers and creative thinkers are equally at home working for corporates, charities and governments, and the diversity of our projects and our team means we’re always learning. We’re open-minded, not afraid of failure and always keen to try new things.
We are appropriately based between the suits of the City and the sneakers of Shoreditch and Old Street. Our light and airy open plan studio is part of the Huckletree co-working space that boasts a vibrant startup community and lots of social events.
We work with clients as diverse as Ford, LEGO, P&G and Oxfam who are recognising that great ideas can come from outside as well as inside their organisations. Check us out.
Working with our diverse team and senior leaders you will co-create, execute and measure the 100%Open marketing strategy. You will also work closely with senior leaders to generate, measure and follow up on sales leads, while also attending networking events to identify new business opportunities, new markets and new connections.
Your role will involve, but will not be limited to, the following tasks:
We think of our ideal candidate like this:
Please send through your CV and a 1-page cover letter to Heli Heartland at firstname.lastname@example.org
telling us something interesting about yourself so we can get a sense of who you are. Please also explain why you are interested in 100%Open and include your answer to the following question:
After looking through our client cases, recent blog posts, innovation tools and other content on our website http://100open.com, how would you use the content to attract new business?
We look forward to hearing from you.