Business development coordinators work in all industries, and in various parts of creating and improving a business. They may be there from the start of an entire organization, playing a large role in what a company will do and how it will be staffed. Or they may be involved in just one particular function of a business, such as creating the structure of a new department, what it does, and its goal.
Business Development Coordinator Tasks
Follow up with potential clients and address their hesitations or concerns.
Work with sales teams and clients to develop effective operational plans and bids.
Research, develop, and write cost estimates and proposals, including assumptions.
Manage logistics of responses and pitches, including arranging meetings and coordinating with other departments.