A new business development manager will initiate — then manage — relationships with outside parties who can drive buyers to you or otherwise help your revenues grow. They can find new markets, source new product lines or recommend new service offerings, do market research, represent you in the field, recruit bigger joint-venture partners than you would be comfortable pursuing, create important strategic alliances and so on. They are not salespeople per se, but rather, they develop entirely new revenue streams for the business.
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