At Conductor, a WeWork company, we have been recognized as Crain's Best Place to Work for 7 years, Best Companies to Work for New York State for 9 years, a Best Workplace by Inc. Magazine, and a leader in Forrester's 2018 SEO Wave Report.


This is a unique opportunity to join a fast-growing company at the early phase of our global expansion, where you’ll be able to grow your career within the WeWork family. 

The Demand Generation Manager, EMEA will be responsible for managing and executing demand generation and marketing programs that contribute to Conductor’s quarterly demand and revenue goals across the EMEA region.

The ideal candidate will manage a diverse array of outbound and inbound programs that effectively reach Conductor’s different buyer personas and drive those individuals through the marketing funnel, with particular attention to our Account-Based Programs and digital campaigns.

This role will be focusing on building a robust pipeline in the EMEA region to enable our team to hit ambitious growth goals. You will be digitally and analytically minded and able to report program success based on funnel metrics, including opportunities and wins.

The role will work closely with marketing stakeholders, sales, and customer success to ensure programs are timely, creative, measurable, flawlessly executed, and drive revenue.

Responsibilities:

  • End-to-end coordination and management of demand generation campaigns including planning, promotion, execution, vendor management, account selection & segmentation, follow-up, and reporting for programs including account-based programs

  • Lead demand gen programs for the EMEA region, working closely with the Director of Marketing in London and the US marketing team to establish localized processes and frameworks for success

  • Build revenue-producing digital campaigns in multiple channels, including SEM, email marketing, video, display and social media advertising, and affiliate marketing.

  • Test, measure and optimize programs and tactics on an ongoing basis to meet and exceed goals.

  • Draft, write, edit, proofread, and send targeted emails for promotion and follow-up to all marketing programs

  • Partner with product marketing and content marketing to define and refine messaging and content for demand campaigns

  • Work closely with brand marketing to ensure program execution is on-brand for Conductor

  • Collaborate with Marketing Operations to deliver, report on, and optimize success of campaigns

  • Serve as the point person for the Sales team to educate and inform them of all programs, providing detailed instructions for promotion, execution, and follow-up

  • Create custom Salesforce reports for each campaign to track registration, opportunity creation, and influence

Required Skills & Experience:

  • College graduate with B.A./B.S. degree, Marketing preferred

  • Self-starter who can work independently and proactively

  • 4+ years of experience running digital campaigns for a B2B company

  • Extreme attention to detail, time management, organization skills

  • Excellent planning, project management, prioritization, and presentation skills

  • Strong analytical skills and ability to strategize and analyze program effectiveness and ROI

  • Experience with Salesforce and Marketo a plus

  • Must have a positive and flexible attitude for working in a fast-paced environment and across various departments and functions

Life at Conductor

  • Generous holiday package
  • World-class health, dental, vision, life and disability insurance
  • Subsidized ClassPass package for fitness
  • Access to WeWork locations globally
  • Quarterly meetings in NYC that we’re encouraged to attend
  • Global Summit conference annually in January


We’re not simply here to do a job, we’re here to make an impact — on our customers, on each other, and on our industry. We treat our employee-owners like the investors they are. We work hard every day to make sure they continue to invest their time with us. And we’ll do the same for you. 

Conductor, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

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