Asia House is seeking a Corporate Services Manager

Asia House is seeking a Corporate Services Manager

15/06/16

Asia House is seeking a Corporate Services Manager to join the Business & Policy team.

This is a key role to generate content and increase revenue from corporate services.

The main objective of the role is to develop new business and generate revenue from the suite of Asia House services, including advisory, membership, and sponsorship of conferences and/or publications. This will require identifying and contacting potential clients; developing a tailored package of services to meet their needs and delivering or supporting the delivering of the content and services.

The Corporate Services Manager will take the lead on business development in conjunction with the Corporate Affairs Director. This will also require supporting the team in their sales efforts with well-written proposals and marketing material.

It will be essential for the post holder to understand both the range and strengths of the Asia House offering, as well as the commercial interests and aspirations of prospects. He/she will need to work closely with colleagues in the Business & Policy Team to develop the content and services around the needs of existing and prospective clients. He/she will be required to assess what mix of services potential clients require and present coherent and well-structured sales pitches to senior corporate figures.

The successful candidate will have a significant and demonstrable track record in content/conference development, including income generation through sponsorship.

Experience of marketing or business to business communications will be highly desirable. He/she needs to grasp the value proposition of Asia House, the diverse needs within the corporate sector and have a keen sense of companies and industries where Asia House can provide commercially viable services.

This is a hands-on role for a high performing professional with excellent communication skills and knowledge of business and policy in Asia, corporate and public affairs, global politics and macroeconomics.

The deadline for this position is 9am BST on Monday 4 July 2016. For a full job description and details of how to apply click here or go our Careers Page here.