|Job Title||Head Business Development (Remote)|
|Job Type||Full-Time Regular|
Our client: A well-established and successful group with ambitious growth plans for the future. This role is location agnostic.
"Incrementalism is Innovations's worst enemy" Nicholas Negroponte....does this resonate with you?
We are currently working on multiple mandates for clients in the GCC. These roles could be remotely based with a certain amount of travel.
Looking for the "Innovative Disruptor” who looks at the present opportunities in the MEA markets and works on acquiring new business lines which can create synergy, work on researching extensively and managing the fundraising for new ventures. Passionate with an eye for detail and a nose that can sniff out the opportunities which people would view as a risk. Your career should have ideally started with a top-notch management consultancy where you would have led mergers and acquisitions and been part of projects for optimization of current businesses. Playing a lead role for identifying acquisitions / revisiting and energizing current business streams to bring them to speed to deal with new market realities...you would bring to the table…specialization in market assessment, corporate strategy, expansion strategy, market entry strategy and investment consulting. The client is looking for the incumbent to bring exponential growth, using his experience and innate business acumen to the table. Improving the impact of sustainability and marketing along the value chain.
15+ years of experience with preferably a mix of management consulting and conglomerates. Global exposure will give you an edge.
The experience that our clients seek - Agriculture, Agritech , Climate smart technology, sustainable agriculture practices, current and future protein markets
At Mindfield we are driven by mutually agreed KPIs and service levels. Exceptional results can only be delivered when we understand both our key stakeholders clients and candidates. Keeping this in mind we would request that when applying for a role do take cognizance of the “must haves” to avoid disappointment. Sometimes positions take time to close and there could be delay in us responding to you but as a thumb rule if you do not hear from us in 7-8 working days post applying for the role then the resume has not been shortlisted and would be kept on the database for other roles.Look forward to a long term relationship…Mindfield…making a difference