Marketing & Business Development Manager
The Marketing and Business Development Manager must be able to interact at all levels of the Firm and be highly collaborative, working closely with partners as well as global marketing colleagues.
- Lead the development of the Marketing Plan for areas of responsibility and report quarterly on achievements versus goals. Identify key clients for focused business development activities and issues around which brand building campaigns will be deployed.
- Plan and implement marketing and business development activities in support of revenue generation and profile. As part of this plan and help direct the marketing/BD budgets and spend.
- Support with revenue growth and business development, including, targeting, market research and responding to RFPs and developing pitch proposals. Help partners to spot and respond to client opportunities through tracking and analyzing market and client trends and issues.
- Identify synergies with other areas of the firm and practice groups, to ensure that partners are collaborating globally where suitable to win work and raise profile.
- Work closely with the global PR team to spot and respond to suitable PR and communications opportunities.
- Write, edit and maintain effective, compelling, and consistent written marketing materials, including attorney brochures, biographies, practice descriptions and experience lists.
- Lead the process and creation of legal directory submissions and ensure full contribution to league tables.
- Develop and implement, Signature Events working closely with colleagues including Events Managers.
- Roll out best practices for marketing systems such as client data (Dechert CRM), BD tracking (DechertOpps), experience (DechertEXP). Ensure proper integration of the systems in the French office and global practice group. Ensure sufficient data quality, especially for DechertEXP.
Time TypeFull time
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