About Sprig

Sprig has pioneered a new approach to user research that helps companies learn from their customers in real-time and deliver award-winning product experiences. Companies like Dropbox, Square, Opendoor, Loom and Shift all use Sprig to ensure user research happens early and often throughout the product development process, so they can build customer-centric products that deliver a sustainable competitive advantage.

Today, we're growing fast and ready for new team members who are passionate about surprising and delighting our own customers.

Sprig is based in San Francisco, CA with offices around the U.S. The company has raised $60M led by Andreessen Horowitz, Accel, and First Round Capital, and have recently been featured in articles by TechCrunch, Crunchbase, and Business Insider.

More about our mission, values, and why it's a great time to join us here.

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About this Role

Ad channels are crowded and competition for the attention of the world’s largest companies is fierce. We’re looking for an Enterprise Growth Marketing Manager to cut through the noise and bring Sprig’s all-in-one product research platform to our top account targets.

As the Enterprise Growth Marketing Lead, you’ll collaborate closely with the Marketing, Sales, and Sales Development Teams and get to know the ins-and-outs of our target accounts. You’ll think outside the box to set the strategy that scales personalized outreach, and work with our Growth Ops and Engineering Teams to implement high converting tests into evergreen programs for the Enterprise. You’ll also work with Demand Gen to create and modify campaigns and assets to execute automated 1:1 campaigns at scale. You’re excited by data, emerging technology, and a hype-rgrowth culture that will propel us to successfully achieve our revenue goals.

Your Responsibilities

  • Organize, plan, and execute targeted outbound experiments that convert our target accounts into meetings and sales opportunities.
  • Lead account, contact research, and data mining efforts in partnership with the Growth Ops Team to create a data-driven outreach strategy that tests hypotheses and fuels 1:1 or 1:Few outreach experiments, resulting in responses from our target buyers.
  • Identify micro-segments within our ideal customer profile to create hyper-personalized, highly-converting campaigns.
  • Create personalized landing pages, image assets, content, etc. to reach our target audience, automating the process whenever possible.
  • Employ various tactics, including digital, events, email, and white-glove personalization.
  • Evaluate and recommend supportive technologies, data sources (e.g. LinkedIn, job boards, etc.), and processes that accelerate and scale ABM campaign execution.
  • Collaborate on account segmentation strategy in partnership with key sales and marketing stakeholders.
  • Work with the Sales, Marketing, and Sales Development Teams to define SLAs for outreach and follow-up.
  • Define and report on key performance indicators of success.

Your Strengths

  • You have 5+ Years of experience in Demand Generation, Digital Marketing, or ABM. (B2B Marketing Experience Preferred)
  • You have experience managing multi-channel campaigns from start to finish, including email, digital, and events.
  • You have experience partnering with SDR Teams to achieve target response and conversion rates.
  • You have a working knowledge of key sales milestones, metrics, and funnel performance rates.
  • You have strong knowledge of the current and up-and-coming marketing tech landscape.
  • Preferred, Not Required: You have experience with intent-based or ABM platforms, as well as with Hubspot, Google Analytics, and Paid Social Platforms (e.g. Facebook, LinkedIn).

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