Strategic partnership manager

Job description

21 Buttons is changing the fashion game - through technology and talent. It has become the leading fashion social network in Europe where more than 10 million users come to get inspired by their favorite influencers and friends’ ready-to-shop content. With over 20 million outfits shared globally, 21 Buttons allows anyone, no matter their audience size, to earn revenue from sharing their personal style.


Having launched our first country just over 3 years ago, and now with more than 4,000 influencers across the UK, Germany, Italy, France, Spain and the US, we are backed by several top-tier European VCs and growing faster than ever from our offices in Barcelona, New York and London.


The Strategic partnership manager will be responsible for creating and maintaining relationships among business partners while also developing strategies to increase revenue for 21 buttons.

Strategic Partnership Manager Tasks


  • Manage relationships with customers and vendors to create a revenue-generating partnership strategy

  • Develop and implement a strategic plan with the VP of Business Development for engaging key partners in the online community

  • Create a revenue-generating partnership strategy

  • Coordinate on global partnerships with in the team in HQ (Barcelona Office)

  • Build the organizational network by through targeted outreach and strong project planning.

  • Achieve established monthly, quarterly and annual goals consistently

  • Analyze and report on partner initiatives, forecast for strategic changes and report on key metrics

  • Champion and manage new projects to create stronger partnerships

  • Liaise with partners to solve issues, communicate needs and create synergy



Requirements

What are we looking for?


  • Skilled, self-motivated Partner/Vendor Manager: finding opportunities within existing relationships, cultivating new relationships.

  • Know how to get things done: Work strategically but can also roll up your sleeves and drive new deals.

  • Data-driven: clear and vetted point of view, able to compare various forms of data with a qualitative market perspective and strong business instincts to frame a new opportunity and prioritize it for implementation.

  • Emerging leader: Lead by example focused on growing you and your team’s capabilities and creating a positive team environment.

  • Ethical: Ability to hit aggressive goals while maintaining impeccable business ethics.