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Account Executive

Since our launch in 2012, Collab has built one of the largest cross-platform content networks in the world, working with and supporting a small group of the most successful content creators on YouTube, Instagram, Facebook and other platforms. In September 2018, ComScore started tracking Collab and immediately recognized it as a top 10 YouTube partner. Collab’s content generates nearly seven billion video views every month.

As an Account Executive at Collab, your knowledge of YouTube media, online video sales and younger demographics will inform how Collab’s media offering grows and takes shape.  Your superpowers are sales discipline, high activity levels, broad communications and an ability to leverage deep relationships to energize and delight our customers.

You’ve got deep relationships with AMD’s and planners, programmatic and traditional buyers at independent media agencies. Your success will depend on clients who know you and trust you enough to give it a try when you bring them something new, and your ability to  make things happen quickly 

Working together with sales leadership, you will guide the development of our media bundles, branded content solutions, and fuel our growth.

Location: NYC

What You'll Do:

  • Work closely with leadership to develop a portfolio of prospects, targets and new media customers 
  • Walk the walk and talk the talk: be out in the field consistently, scoping out industry trends, nurturing relationships, and closing deals
  • Focus on and understand challenger brands and independent agencies
  • Learn how to leverage every tool necessary to build strategic partnerships that contribute to long-term customer development

What You'll Have:

  • Prior experience selling online video, YouTube media, programmatic and IO
  • Relationships with independent media agencies
  • Desire to self-manage and be part of a growing team
  • Enthusiasm for learning
  • Deep understanding of video analytics, YouTube analytics, etc
  • IAB digital media sales training
  • Google AdWords certification
  • Polished written and verbal communication skills; Stellar presenter with ability to share campaign ideas in an organized fashion
  • Professional training (such as undergraduate degree) that supports your career path or at least tells a good story

Perks and Benefits:

  • Generous base salary plus a bonus plan that rewards high-performers and will motivate you to exceed your sales goals
  • Excellent health insurance: Medical, Dental, Vision & other benefits
  • Competitive paid time off policy 
  • Flexible work arrangements available
  • 401(k) with a generous company match
  • Kitchen fully stocked with snacks and drinks
  • Year-round company activities and events
  • An annual company retreat 
  • Free Lunch Fridays
  • Belonging to a family of innovative, inclusive marketers who are making a better world for digital talent
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