Why this role matters

Vonage is the emerging global leader in the $100B+ cloud communications platform (CPaaS) market. The Vonage marketing team is leading the narrative on how software developers and enterprises can reimagine, design, and deploy new communication experiences. We’re comprised of product marketing managers, partner marketing, growth engine experts, and content specialists who are charged with educating the market with what is possible with communications APIs.

We’re looking for a Regional Marketing Manager for the Americas who can help lead the story of how businesses should rethink their customer engagement in their particular industries. We’re on the hunt for a self-starter who is creative and determined to help Vonage establish a presence in the Americas - North, Central and South. We want someone who can bring in the leads and help Sales achieve their business goals.   We want to help large organizations innovate faster in the way they engage with their customers using communication APIs. It’s critical the person in this role is comfortable with the uncomfortable and that often means proposing new ways of doing things.

As a Regional Marketing Manager, you will responsible for developing the marketing strategy, implementing field campaigns, and supporting direct sales team efforts across multiple offices across the Americas.  You take on a leadership role that will help drive pipeline growth and revenue across the Americas. 


What you will do

  • Build regional strategic marketing plans aligned with our Americas regional sales priorities and revenue targets.
  • Research competitive landscape and bring transformative insights to our Americas regional marketing efforts.
  • Work collaboratively with the Americas Sales and Demand Generation teams to develop and execute marketing campaigns that deliver targeted regional results.
  • Work collaboratively with the Content and Product Marketing teams to develop and bring high-impact, regionally-targeted content to our email and nurturing programs and the website.
  • Communicate your activities and results and create an “Americas Marketing” narrative, to keep Sales and other stakeholders informed.

What you will bring

  • Prior success in a marketing role supporting a B2B company and driving leads to a salesforce.
  • Proven ability to collect inputs and synthesize an original strategy.
  • Proven ability to work with multiple collaborators and stakeholders in a dynamic, fast-paced environment and execute on a complicated plan.
  • 5+ years experience in B2B marketing
  • Willingness to travel to events and conferences in the Americas area

What is required for application

  • Required
    • 5+ years of related work experience.
    • Must be familiar with C-level communication and industry marketing
    • MBA is a plus.

What is in it for you

  • In addition, to providing exciting work, career advancement opportunities, and a collaborative work environment, Vonage provides competitive pay and benefits including unlimited discretionary time off and tuition reimbursement.

Potential Next Career Move:  Sr. Manager, Field Marketing

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