Business Development

Depending on where we are in our business development strategy, we may look for Business Development Specialists at a variety of experience levels. At any level, we look for smart, creative and critical thinkers who can:
Understand and utilize economic, financial, and industrial data to accurately diagnose business strengths and weaknesses, identify key issues, and develop innovative business development strategies and plans.
Understand customers' interests, needs, culture, business context, political, economic and environmental influences.
Work effectively and cooperatively, establishing and maintaining good working relationships.
Clearly convey information and ideas through a variety of media to individuals or groups in a manner that engages the audience to help them understand and retain the message.
For many of our Business Development positions, knowledge of lobbying, legislative and regulatory processes (and proposed), policies, laws and regulations is required (e.g., reporting, spending limitations, ethics and gratuities, review/response process, proposed rules).

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