Vice President (VP), Business Development Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Vice President (VP), Business Development?

Vice President (VP), Business Development in Memphis:
"Excellent history- current owner taking company in different direction."
Pros: Helping clients make decisions that make a differnce.
Cons: Coroporate leadership doesn't place same emphasis on building on what we have been and what our reputation is in the industry.

Vice President (VP), Business Development in Morristown:
"Great Location."
Pros: Proximity to New York City and all things in the northeast
Cons: Very expensive to live here.

Vice President (VP), Business Development in Grand Rapids:
"Need more challenge and authority."
Pros: Mid-size market, solid entrepreneurial business climate
Cons: Weather

Vice President (VP), Business Development in Denver:
"Flexible & Challenging."
Pros: Young vibe and tech culture.
Cons: Traffic

Vice President (VP), Business Development in Seattle:
"Expensive."
Pros: Outdoor Activities
Cons: expense, traffic

Vice President (VP), Business Development in Lake Forest:
"It's not about me ... It's about my client's needs."
Do more listening than talking. Ask questions. But don't get steamrolled by others who like to hear themselves talk. When you say something, make it meaningful. Don't bather on. Don't try to impress people with how much you know.

Vice President (VP), Business Development in Seattle:
"Love being within walking distance to the ferry & public mkt."