VP Business Development - Brand Strategy and Innovation
Who we are:
Seed Strategy, Inc. (A Burke, Inc. company) is a fast-paced brand strategy and innovation agency that accelerates
growth for our clients’ businesses—global top Fortune companies in CPG, healthcare, technology, retail and other categories. We focus on developing brand and business strategy that unlocks opportunities, creates fresh ideas
grounded in consumer insight and articulates strategic narratives that move people and organizations. We have
strategists, creatives, researchers and data journalists that collaborate to develop and execute winning plans for new product and service ideation, brand positioning, portfolio strategy, category and domain expansion, new business model development and more.
Our agency is unique with a “flow to the work” philosophy that eliminates traditional hierarchy and leverages each team member’s unique strengths and interests across a variety of strategic and creative assignments. In addition to excellent benefits including paid time off, free parking and a 401(k) match, as part of an employee-owned company, all employees share in the company’s growth and financial success through annual stock distributions. Learn more about us at www.SeedStrategy.com.
What you’ll do:
The VP, Business Development - Brand Strategy and Innovation position will report to the EVP, Head of Growth and focus on driving revenue growth and serving as the client engagement lead on their portfolio of work. This person will collaborate with a team of Seed strategists and creatives to deliver breakthrough strategy, insights and ideas that drive growth for our clients’ businesses. Candidates may reside near our Cincinnati area HQ or work from a remote home office located elsewhere in the United States.
What you’ll need:
Seed Strategy, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. As part of our hiring process, we conduct a criminal background check on all potential employees. You may be asked to provide additional information for that purpose. (A conviction does not necessarily bar an applicant from employment.)