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    Senior Manager for Corporate Development

    Role:

    This leadership position spearheads company growth. He/she reports to the CEO, and is expected to make constant efforts in understanding and monitoring the business landscape, in order to achieve the main goal – to identify and capitalise on all forms of business opportunities.

    Responsibilities:

    Proactively seek, identify and analyse business opportunities such as investment, merger & acquisition, sales, partnership, etc.

    Prepare presentation materials for the CEO

    Help develop and update business plans for the company

    Work closely and coordinate with other departments (e.g. Marketing, Sales, Engineering, Finance) to ensure shared visions

    ● Occasional international travels

    Skills & Experience

    LLB and/or MBA degree holder

    At least 8 years of relevant work experience. Hands-on participation in consummating deals is most desirable.

    Global and cross-functional business exposure

    Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills

    Entrepreneurial drive

    Expertise in enterprise B2B

    An innate sense of urgency to drive programs forward

    Excellency in English, Cantonese and Mandarin

    Conceptual thinking, broad knowledge, creativity

    Self-starter and multi-tasker

    Uphold the doctrine of confidentiality and privacy

    Presentable in accordance with his/her role to the public

    Environment:

    Start-up: minimum secretarial and clerical supports

    Team player and co-operative

    Committed, agile and passion

    No-smoking in the building

    Fast-paced, dynamic, sometimes ambiguous, and make-it-happen culture

    Workday: Typically Monday through Friday, ad hoc on holidays and weekend

    Hours: (9:00 am to 6:00 pm), and as necessary due to business needs

    Occasional international travels

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