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Director of Demand Generation & Marketing Operations at Convene in New York, NY



$150K — $200K *


Brand Marketing & Management, Digital Marketing & Social Media


5 - 7 years

Job Description

Convene is the nation's fastest growing network of meeting and conference spaces that combines technology, culinary, production, and human-centered design to create transformative corporate event experiences for leading enterprise companies.

We're now starting to reshape the largest industry in the world to better serve the needs of the 21st century. Our next stage of growth is leveraging our core competencies to build our workplace-as-a-service platform, in partnership with the leading commercial real estate developers and landlords.

Working at Convene means building, learning, collaborating, growing, and celebrating everyday. Convene understands that professional and personal growth can't be isolated, which is why the company's learning and development programs are structured to support training at every level in the organization. We average 60 hours training per year per colleague through Onboarding, Coach Centric Leadership programs, Harvard Man

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Valid through: 7/16/2020

About Convene

Learning Technology Partners (previously known as Convene) is an early distance learning company and the largest company in that market.[citation needed] The software company was founded in the late 1980s by Larry Allen when he created collaborative seminary training programs. Although Convene still has collaborative software for use by some 15,000 religious leaders, it expanded into an international distance learning software company in 1993. It uses specialized software to facilitate online classes for over 100 universities. Between 1989 and 1993, Allen discussed the company with Jeffery Stein, who had founded an information process company called On-Line Business Systems. Working with Reda Athanasios, Stein, buoyed by his experience founding a computer-based service company, played the largest role in turning the early software company into Convene International. As part of its transformation, the company began offering asynchronous distance learning software in Windows (instead of DOS) and eventually added 24/7 phone tech support. The first major client to offer the service was the University of Phoenix online campus, then in its fledgling years. Convene International then expanded to over 45,000 students at more than 100 universities in the United States and elsewhere. Stein left the company in 2000 to form a corporate advisory services company, Peyton Investments. He is the chair of the IT History Society. In 2002, the Learning Technology Partners, a similar company, bought Convene in 2012 for an undisclosed sum.
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