We reward shoppers for digitizing their shopping experience.
Our mission is to delight the world’s shoppers with a free
smartphone app that is easy, smart and fun.
Why Join the Fetch Family?
We make it better for users even when that's difficult for
We empower people with information and trust
We challenge ideas, not people
We think bigger and keep building
We find ways to bring the fun to Fetch!
At Fetch Rewards, our vision is to help make grocery shopping
easy, fun and smart. Over 5 Million people use our app every month
and we are growing rapidly. Although we have been very successful
since our inception, we believe our product can do so much more.
Part of that growth strategy is to enter into new business
verticals. The first new vertical we believe will add value to the
organizations is the restaurant category. We are committed to
investing in this exciting opportunity. We're committed
to building an empowered and inclusive community of innovative
and passionate people. As a growing organization, we need team
players who can go above and beyond their individual
responsibilities to help our company build towards its vision. If
you are a creative, hard-working, and fun-seeking person interested
in working with a close-knit group of highly talented people,
this is the right place for you.
Fetch Rewards is an equal employment opportunity employer.
About the role
Fetch Reward’s next step in evolving the grocery shopping
experience will require a Director, Business Development.
This position can be located anywhere in the US, but ideally
will be located in the greater Nashville, TN area.
As the Director of Business Development, the ultimate evaluation
of your efforts will be the creation of new partners, renewal of
each partner and ability to identify additional revenue
opportunities. You will create strategy for acquisition of new
Fetch Rewards partners and collaborate with internal stakeholders
to ensure seamless execution aligned with Fetch best practices.
Additionally, the Director of Business Development will provide an
ongoing connection to our valued partners.
The Director of Business Development will report directly to the
Chief Growth Officer
The Director, Business Development owns the partner development
and relationship for our QSR and Fast Casual Restaurant
Create and execute a strategy to source, develop and maintain a
pipeline of new potential partnerships in the QSR and Fast Casual
Drive contract negotiation and end to end launch execution with
Maintain direct and active relationships with business partners,
including proactively resolving business and technical issues and
serving as an internal advocate.
Remain knowledgeable on relevant market and industry trends,
developing a deep understanding of customer needs, priorities and
Build trust and great working relationships with your direct
team and key partners
Manage and provide guidance to internal Fetch resources
Develop and deliver sales/marketing presentations for potential
Leverage data to gain better understanding of existing and
Drive, track, analyze and communicate quantitative metrics
(internal and external) and business trends as they relate to
business partners and the industry vertical.
Reports goals, plans and progress to the Chief Growth
What kind of person are we looking for? Combination of customer
obsessed, and business focused to delight customers while achieving
An effective communicator and collaborator, with excellent
negotiation and presentation skills, with the ability to
confidently share their vision to all audiences.
Comfortable with a high degree of ownership in a fast paced,
collaborative and dynamic environment
Excellent data driven problem-solving/decision-making and
strategic thinking skills
Detail-oriented with excellent organizational skills
Ability to handle stress and conflict
Ability to influence at all levels.
Experience Must have a BD track record of building consultative
relationships and creative solutions
Ideally would have restaurant (QSR) knowledge and/or
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