A business development professional is to improve an organization’s profitability by generating new prospects. Exploring partnerships that will improve profitability. Presenting strategies for expansion and studying the company’s competitors. To initiate or close deals with top-tier executives. These can be in the form of possible partnership ventures, a potential segment of the market, or a shift in the company’s overall business operations. Its needed to accomplish this entails familiarity with other disciplines related to business, such as finance, market research, sales, and planning. The task of a business development professional is to open up a new market that will boost the income of his or her organization. This involves having a good grasp of the industry trends, which will become the bases for strategic planning and forecasting. In identifying new business opportunities, part of the job is to collect and compare pertinent data on the target market, from which recommendations and proposals can be drawn.
Proposal: A person must have a mastery of language. Great spelling, punctuation and grammar count, as well as the ability to write succinctly and boil complex ideas down into simple explanations. Understand their audience and creatively explain ideas in a way that will be appealing. Experience writing working on a Federal Government and able to write with time in mind is key.
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