A growing startup, based in Tel Aviv, New York & London, offering an AI backed solution for storytelling, content distribution, and audience growth is looking for a VP Marketing Leader. This company is backed by leading investors such as Google’s Eric Schmidt and The New York Times, and has been a fast-growing, profitable startup since its inception.
This role calls for an experienced B2B marketing leader to take the marketing activities to the next level and help the company continue to realize our its expansion plans globally and across new product lines.
Your success will be measured using the following metrics / KPIs:
Supporting revenue and growth goals by deploying marketing budget and resources across marketing channels, leading to viable Sales Opportunities
Building the company's brand as a leader in the storytelling space (through events, PR, original content and other brand-building activities)
Building and coaching a team of fabulous marketers
Partnering with Sales, Customer Success, and Product to bring our customer success stories and product innovation to the market
Experience in Content Marketing / Digital Publishing and a burning passion for these fileds
Your morning commute is spent catching up on Digiday and Adweek
You’re ever-curious and have strong opinions about the future of storytelling and why Facebook Instant Articles is the best or worst thing that has ever happened to publishers
Builder and leader of excellent B2B marketing teams - you've hired and managed excellent marketers
Communication skills - you’re a wizard of the written and spoken word.
You’re probably reading this job description and thinking of ten different ways to make it better, including not using Z for pluralz. You know how to explain complex concepts in clear, pithy prose and how to make seemingly technical and mundane topics come to life. You’re equally comfortable pitching a byline and writing a weekly update email to the entire company.
Detail obsessed and insist on the highest standards. You hate the thought of anything slipping through the cracks and just the thought of typos makes you wake up at night, sweating. You’re not afraid to aspire to be world-class in everything that you do, and inspire your team to do the same.