Company Overview

Consumer Edge is a data-driven insights company targeting the global consumer. We provide key stakeholders across the investment (public and private) and corporate (mostly direct-to-consumer) landscapes with best-in-class data products and tools to enable enhanced strategic decision making. Via our data feeds, templates, and visualization tools, we deliver an unparalleled view into consumer spending behavior by fusing numerous privacy compliant data types across geographies. This allows for actionable insights driven by our near real-time market intelligence and benchmarking capabilities at the merchant level. Consumer Edge is based in NYC with entities in the UK and Germany.

Position Summary

Become part of Consumer Edge’s Partnerships Team in Europe! This position will be within Consumer Edge GmbH based in Berlin, Germany. Join a fast-growing global data insights business to support the Director Partnerships Europe in maintaining our relationships with our data partners and approach new ones. Work with our Product and Tech Team to build new products. Are you excited by the possibilities that data creates for businesses? Do you enjoy approaching new partners in a B2B setting? Do you like to dig deep into new topics? If so, then the “Partnerships Manager (f/m/d)” role is the one for you!

What You’ll Do:

  • Manage conversations and relationships with current data partners and have the opportunity to identify new relevant players for partnerships
  • Take over responsibility for selected geographies
  • Identify the needs of our data partners
  • Collaborate with our product team in finding effective ways to build and improve (new) products and coordinate in obtaining the necessary materials for our partners
  • Work cross-functionally with other departments
  • Attend conferences and client meetings
  • Look into new data categories and maintain a market overview
  • Report directly to the Director Partnerships Europe and work closely with C-Level management

What You’ll Have:

  • A bachelor's degree in business management or related field. Master’s degree is a plus.
  • At least 5 years of working experience in fintech and / or banking in at least one of those roles: partnerships, sales, business development, venture building, consulting
  • You'll be based in either Germany or the UK
  • Understand working in a data environment and can put yourself in the partner’s shoes
  • Project management and strong relationship management skills
  • Demonstrated ability to meet tight deadlines and have strong organizational skills
  • Fascinated by the impact that data creates and understanding technical aspects comes easy to you
  • Enjoy working on several topics in parallel and switching in-between throughout the day
  • Team player attitude but also comfortable working independently
  • Resilience, empathy and knowing how to communicate on different levels and can adapt to different target groups
  • Fluent in English, other languages are a plus (e.g. French, Italian, Spanish)
  • Open to travel frequently within Europe, e.g. to attend conferences
  • Don’t have experience in all the above? No problem! We will be happy to support you in one area or another

What We Have:

  • Competitive Salary package
  • 25+ days' vacation
  • Remote work flexibility
  • Career growth opportunities
  • An incredible product & powerful data that “wows” clients
  • Great people: surround yourself with a team of people with a shared vision & focus, drive, a passion for CE’s customers, and camaraderie
  • A tremendous market opportunity combined with a unique set-up with leading industry investors and experts
  • An exciting entrepreneurial environment where you can take responsibility from day one in our ambitious and open-minded team

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