Landor & Fitch is hiring the next Business Development Coordinator to join the Cincinnati studio. Could this be you?

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The Business Development Coordinator will work on our new business pursuits – designing proposals, pitch presentations, microsites, and one-off custom pieces (booklets, posters, scrolls) by which we expect to make the perfect – and lasting – first impression to potential clients. You support the Business Development Director in qualifying inbound requests, responding to RFIs (Request for Information) and RFPs (Request for Proposal), constructing/writing of any proposal and originating new business through outbound marketing. You will report to the Business Development Director.

As a Business Development Coordinator, you will require input from a variety of stakeholder groups including client services, culture transformation, strategy, naming and verbal identity, design, and senior management. You will also encompass a significant degree of organizational and administrative project management. You will experience and work with projects of all sizes, across a wide range of industries. You will also be involved in marketing activities, such as case study and thought leadership development, event and speaker series, and social media.

New Business is the life blood of the agency, so this is an exciting and crucial role!

So, what are we looking for?

  • You have 1+ years of agency or design firm experience.
  • You have an expert level understanding of PowerPoint, Keynote, Word, and WordPress.
  • You are a highly-organized self-starter, and are instinctually creative and strategic.
  • You have the spirit and vigor of an entrepreneur.
  • You thrive in a collaborative environment and problem-solve with a real "can-do" approach.
  • You successfully work with ambiguity, moving targets and changing priorities.

About Landor & Fitch

Our ambition is to deliver extraordinary brand transformation for our clients, by design. With Landor's brand consulting and strategic design capability, FITCH's experience design and retail consultancy, and ManvsMachine's leading-edge motion design, we are the largest specialist brand and design group in the world. We are a team of over 1100+ curious minds, with 43 offices across 19 countries, working as one, to create extraordinary brand experiences. The LANDOR & FITCH Group is part of WPP, a creative transformation company.

Our Benefits

  • Health Insurance (Medical, Dental, Vision)
  • 12 weeks Paid-Parental Leave
  • 401k Matching
  • Generous Paid Time Off
  • Summer Hours
  • Commuter Benefits

Our Commitment to Diversity & Inclusion

We believe diversity brings creativity, which is at the heart of everything we do. We are actively engaging in creating an environment free of discrimination, where our people and their uniqueness can shine and be celebrated. We're working to set a standard for the industry as a whole, creating a culture of equity and belonging. We may not be perfect, and we know there is work to do, but we regularly check with our teams and Employee Resource Groups on how we are doing, using their insight to frame our thinking and actions, so we can all do better, working as one Landor & Fitch.

Landor & Fitch is committed to a policy of Equal Employment Opportunity and will not discriminate against an applicant or employee based on race, color, religion, creed, national origin or ancestry, sex, age, physical or mental disability, veteran or military status, genetic information, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital status, or any other legally-recognized protected basis under federal, state, or local law.

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