Voxie is the first conversational texting and automation platform that enables brands to personalize the text messaging experience for their customers at scale. We are building the future of communication by helping brands like Naked Wines, Verizon, Eargo, Edible Arrangements and Junk Brands, build meaningful relationships with their customers through conversation—SMS to start. Recently named a Top 10 most innovative technology company, and fresh off a $34 Million Series A, Voxie is backed by top tier VCs and uber-successful founders from companies like Salesloft, Pardot, Vonage, Callrail and Internet Security Systems.
To help take Voxie to the next level, we are seeking a VP of Marketing, who will be an integral pillar of an early team and a fast-growing company, influencing a world-class culture. We are seeking a collaborative marketing professional, who will work closely with our Product, Engineering and Go To Market teams to drive success.
In this role, you will...
- Use your keen eye for product marketing to position Voxie at the top of the market
- Form creative demand generation programs, working in hip with the sales team, to drive inbound volume
- Have a strong pulse on the market, analyzing market trends and putting data to work
- Create, manage and allocate budgets and resources to drive even more demand, and close more business
- Develop marketing automation, SEO strategies, and lead generation campaigns
- Grow MQLs and improve conversion rates month over month
To find success, you should...
- Be highly analytical, you see numbers and data in everything, and you use that to your advantage
- Have accomplished the great feat of bringing a company from $5M to $20M, and beyond (get ready to do that again!)
- Know how to establish a competitive marketing budget, using the best tools and technology to get the job done, while be scrappy and ingenious
- Act with intention, and are able to bring your experience of creating methodical, and measured change
- Be a capable, and resilient leader, that will not only make a direct marketing impact, but a cultural impact
- Have a need for speed and be ready to hit the ground running
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