Senior Business Development Manager, MoPub Commercial Partnerships
San Francisco, CA
Our Commercial Partnership team is on the cutting edge, and now we’re looking for someone who will be responsible for managing MoPub’s commercial partnerships and identifying strategic areas of growth. This person will maintain a deep understanding of the mobile ecosystem, MoPub’s partner businesses, and the areas of MoPub’s business or product where there is a suitable match or strategic opportunity. This person will partner with many cross functional teams, including legal, product and sales to ensure commercial partnerships are successful post deal. We need a self-starter, thrill-seeker who wants to transform the digital advertising experience and landscape to blaze the trail for future growth…exciting stuff.
You’re a strategic thinker and you understand the big picture. You are driven by high achievement revenue growth. You thrive in a fast-paced, high intensity/high impact, and rapidly evolving environment. You have extensive experience in mobile and you have witnessed the pitfalls of mismanaging programmatic partnerships. You have excellent communication skills. You are intimately informed about trends in the programmatic space and are fully aware of the technology landscape. You know how to manage the relationship with partnerships in a way that benefits the core DSP and publisher businesses. You don’t jump to conclusions, you are a critical thinker. You are team player with a can-do mentality. You are a self-starter and able to operate effectively in ambiguous settings.
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