In prevision of a forthcoming call for tender, we are now launching a call for expression of interest for a position as
Business Developer Consultant (F/M)
– Louvain la Neuve (Belgium) based –
In collaboration with the founder, you will be in charge of driving and developing all commercial activities for Simlearn
- You will apply your knowledge and experience in business development and commercial activities in the environment of EU institutions and private tenderers in the specific domains of communication, elearning, public relation in order to develop client portfolio.
- Develop strategic thinking.
- Develop innovative marketing strategies and network.
- Proven commercial track record in business development in the environment of EU institutions and private tenderers.
- At least 7 years of experience in selling to/serving corporate clients, communication agencies,
- communication consultancies or associations.
- Proven records of successful winning of call for tenders
- Strong understanding of EU policy making process and stakeholders.
- Excellent French, excellent English. A good knowledge of Flemish is considered as a plus.
- Salesdriven and motivated by challenging targets and own results.
- Strong organisational skills.
- Handson approach, entrepreneurial, teamplayer.
- Outgoing personality and excellent networker, willing to attend networking events frequently outside office hours.
- Techsavvy (internet, mobile, social media).
Send CV and letter of application not later than 30 th of March, 12 am at
Person of contact:
SIMLEARN is a startup from the Université catholique de Louvain that creates interactive webstories, available online and dealing with complex political issues, such as, EU decisionmaking or environmental policies.
Simlearn will offer its expertise to European and national institutions, as well as private actors,
willing to use the powerful approach of gamebased learning and ICT in order to communicate,
disseminate, train and spice up their messages on complex political questions.
The project is supported by the Louvain Technology Transfer Office (LTTO)