Working as a Business Development Manager

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Business Development Manager Ratings

37T Business Development Manager reviews for 23T companies

Work/Life Balance
3.8 ★
Compensation & Benefits
3.7 ★
Career Opportunity
3.8 ★
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43T Business Development Manager Jobs

Business Development Manager Reviews

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Imagine SchoolsImagine Schools
Business Development Manager
13 Mar 2022

“Good good good happy tome”

Lightsource BPLightsource BP
Project Developer
12 Sept 2022

“Management listens to you and wants you to be happy career”

Senior Business Development Manager
15 Mar 2022

“I look forward to each day & genuinely enjoy the colleagues that I work with.”

Business Development Manager
7 Mar 2022

“Large customer base of once happy customers”

Business Development Manager
20 Dec 2021

“People are very happy here.”

Steel Frame Housing
International Business Development Manager
5 Nov 2021

“Awesome place to work and live happy”

Business Development Manager
29 Dec 2020

“always happy to help and train”

Behavioral PerspectiveBehavioral Perspective
Vice President of Business Development
11 Apr 2022

“Happy employees make for happy clients.”

Top Companies for Business Development Manager

3.4 ★
1 Jobs
16T Reviews
8T Salaries

BYJU'S is an Indian multinational educational technology company, headquartered in Bengaluru, India. It was founded in 2011 by Byju Raveendran and Divya Gokulnath - passionate teachers and seasoned educationalists. Over the years BYJU’S has launched highly-effective and engaging learning programs to help students from LKG to class 12 learn better. BYJU’S aims to create new-age, global learning tools and is seated at the cross-section of technology, interactive content, and personalized learning methodologies. The company’s acquisition of Osmo, WhiteHat Jr, Aakash Educational Services Limited, Epic!, Tynker, Great Learning, Gradeup (now named BYJU’S Exam Prep) and GeoGebra has further diversified the fields of study and reach they offer. Through its group companies and its own flagship products, BYJU’S today offers learning solutions and products for learners ranging from pre-k students to adults seeking professional upskilling. With students in over 1,700 cities in India BYJU’S has a team of over 12,000 teachers who cater to them. In addition, they also have content and media experts, technologists, engineers, marketers and academicians who come together to create the state-of-the-art student experience it is known for today.

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Urban Company
Urban Company
3.8 ★
20 Jobs
1T Reviews
739 Salaries

Urban Company is the largest home services platform in India and UAE, with recent expansion to Australia and Singapore. The platform helps customers book reliable home services – from beauty services to massage therapy, appliance repair to plumbing etc. Since its inception in November 2014, Urban Company has built a network of 30,000 trained service professionals and served over 5 million customers. Urban Company’s vision is to empower millions of service professionals across the world to deliver services at home like never seen before. Prior to joining Urban Company, most professionals, be it plumbers, beauticians, carpenters etc., typically earn INR 10-20k per month, working for a local shop, contractor or as a freelancer. The Urban Company platform enables these professionals to become micro-entrepreneurs by through 5 key interventions – 1. Training and certification: Training programs backed by a Government of India certificate rendered through 100 classroom training centers 2. Financial services: Opening of bank accounts, access to loans, insurance solutions around life, accidental and health etc. 3. Products & tools procurement: Home delivery of consumables and tools needed for the service delivery such as cosmetics, cleaning supplies etc. 4. Technology led standardization: Standardizing the service - creating SKUs, fixed and transparent pricing, clear service deliverables, defined SOPs, delivery tracking, payment systems, reviews etc., to help remove friction from the service experience 5. Market access & branding: Working as an individual franchisee of Urban Company This helps service professionals become more organized and multiplies their earnings. Our professionals typically earn INR 30 to 50k per month with no upper ceiling (Many earn > INR 80-100k per month), while compared to INR 10 to 20k per month in their previous lives.

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