Bloomreach is the world’s #1 Commerce Experience Cloud, empowering brands to deliver customer journeys so personalized, they feel like magic. It offers a suite of products that drive true personalization and digital commerce growth, including:

  • Discovery, offering AI-driven search and merchandising
  • Content, offering a headless CMS
  • Engagement, offering a leading CDP and marketing automation solutions

Together, these solutions combine the power of unified customer and product data with the speed and scale of AI optimization, enabling revenue-driving digital commerce experiences that convert on any channel and every journey. Bloomreach serves over 850 global brands including Albertsons, Bosch, Puma, FC Bayern München, and Marks & Spencer. Bloomreach recently raised $175 million in a Series F funding round, bringing its total valuation to $2.2 billion. The investment was led by Goldman Sachs Asset Management with participation from Bain Capital Ventures and Sixth Street Growth. For more information, visit Bloomreach.com.

 

As the Senior VP of Strategic Partnerships and Corporate Development, you will be responsible for driving partnerships, alliances, and strategic initiatives to accelerate Bloomreach's growth and market presence. Additionally, you will play a pivotal role in Bloomreach's trajectory, directly reporting to the CEO you will lead the identification of new revenue streams and investment opportunities to fuel Bloomreach's expansion and success, and fortify our market presence.



Your responsibilities will include:

  • Develop and execute a comprehensive alliances, corporate business development, and investment strategy aligned with Bloomreach's business objectives and market trends.
  • Identify, evaluate, and prioritize strategic partnerships, alliances, and business opportunities that enhance Bloomreach's product offerings, market reach, and competitive position.
  • Cultivate and nurture relationships with key partners, including technology partners, system integrators, agencies, and industry associations, to drive collaboration and mutual success.
  • Negotiate and structure partnership agreements, joint ventures, and other strategic alliances to maximize value for Bloomreach and its partners.
  • Lead cross-functional teams to execute partnership initiatives, including product integrations, joint marketing programs, and co-selling activities.
  • Drive thought leadership and industry engagement initiatives to position Bloomreach as a leader in digital commerce innovation and ecosystem development.
  • Identify and explore new revenue streams and business opportunities, including potential investments or acquisitions, to support Bloomreach's growth objectives and product priorities.
  • Review of inbound opportunities and start developing outbounds for strategic acquisitions.
  • Develop diligence playbooks both surface level and deep dives, running cross departmental workstreams to execute on this.

 

You have the following experience and qualities:

  • 15+ years of experience in alliances, partnerships, corporate development, business development or investment roles in the technology industry, preferably in the digital commerce, marketing technology or SaaS space.
  • Proven track record of developing and executing successful partnership strategies that drive revenue growth and market expansion.
  • Strong leadership and communication skills, with the ability to influence and collaborate effectively across internal and external stakeholders.
  • Strategic thinker with a results-oriented mindset and a passion for driving innovation and growth.
  • Experience working in a fast-paced, high-growth environment with the ability to adapt to change and ambiguity.
The pay range actually offered will take into account a variety of potential factors considered in compensation, including but not limited to skills, qualifications, geographic location, accomplishments, experience, credentials, internal equity and business needs, and may vary from the range listed above.
Base Salary Range
$250,000$300,000 USD

More things you'll like about Bloomreach:

Culture:

  • A great deal of freedom and trust. At Bloomreach we don’t clock in and out, and we have neither corporate rules nor long approval processes. This freedom goes hand in hand with responsibility. We are interested in results from day one. 

  • We have defined our 5 values and the 10 underlying key behaviors that we strongly believe in. We can only succeed if everyone lives these behaviors day to day. We've embedded them in our processes like recruitment, onboarding, feedback, personal development, performance review and internal communication. 

  • We believe in flexible working hours to accommodate your working style.

  • We work remote-first with several Bloomreach Hubs available across three continents.

  • We organize company events to experience the global spirit of the company and get excited about what's ahead.

  • We encourage and support our employees to engage in volunteering activities - every Bloomreacher can take 5 paid days off to volunteer*.
  • The Bloomreach Glassdoor page elaborates on our stellar 4.6/5 rating. The Bloomreach Comparably page Culture score is even higher at 4.9/5

Personal Development:

  • We have a People Development Program -- participating in personal development workshops on various topics run by experts from inside the company. We are continuously developing & updating competency maps for select functions.

  • Our resident communication coach Ivo Večeřa is available to help navigate work-related communications & decision-making challenges.*
  • Our managers are strongly encouraged to participate in the Leader Development Program to develop in the areas we consider essential for any leader. The program includes regular comprehensive feedback, consultations with a coach and follow-up check-ins.

  • Bloomreachers utilize the $1,500 professional education budget on an annual basis to purchase education products (books, courses, certifications, etc.)*

Well-being:

  • The Employee Assistance Program -- with counselors -- is available for non-work-related challenges.*

  • Subscription to Calm - sleep and meditation app.*

  • We organize ‘DisConnect’ days where Bloomreachers globally enjoy one additional day off each quarter, allowing us to unwind together and focus on activities away from the screen with our loved ones.

  • We facilitate sports, yoga, and meditation opportunities for each other.

  • Extended parental leave up to 26 calendar weeks for Primary Caregivers.*

Compensation:

  • Restricted Stock Units or Stock Options are granted depending on a team member’s role, seniority, and location.*

  • Everyone gets to participate in the company's success through the company performance bonus.*

  • We offer an employee referral bonus of up to $3,000 paid out immediately after the new hire starts.

  • We reward & celebrate work anniversaries -- Bloomversaries!*

(*Subject to employment type. Interns are exempt from marked benefits, usually for the first 6 months.)

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