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Mobile Account Managers work proactively and collaboratively with National Sales Managers and the Development Team to provide our clients with exceptional customer service. Account Managers serve as the primary day-to-day client liaison and execute client programs; as well as4/9/2014 Chicago, IL Save This Job
Our mobile team is lucky. Yelp is the richest source of local data in the world, and we get to build all that content into location-aware mobile apps. We're bringing our 47M+ reviews to our 11M+ app lovers all around the globe. We push Yelp's frontier, adding new products that2/20/2014 San Francisco, CA Save This Job
Location: Century City, CADepartment: MarketingType: Full TimeMin. Experience: Experienced Reports to: Chief Marketing Officer Location: Century City (Los Angeles) Project Manager (Marketing / Creative) Tillster seeks a highly qualified Project Manager for its Marketing and3/24/2014 Century City, CA Save This Job
As an Enterprise Business Development Manager you will be responsible for developing business with current and prospective customers, as well as penetration and retention of existing customers in the academic or corporate education industry. You will be responsible for selling4/23/2014 Falls Church, VA Save This Job
Apigee?s market is comprised of businesses undergoing digital transformation in response to the sudden dominance of mobile end-user computing and related new forms of competition. This is a new style of computing. It cannot be delivered by putting old infrastructure in the cloud4/23/2014 San Jose, CA Save This Job