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Average Salary for Business Consultant in District of Columbia - District Average

The average salary of a(n) Business Consultant in District of Columbia - District Average is $104,069.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Business Consultant in District of Columbia - District Average is $50.03.

The average bonus of a(n) Business Consultant in District of Columbia - District Average is $11,260.00.

Job Description:

Provides consulting services for business development, including the acquisition and management of new accounts. Identifies, prospects, and closes prospective clients. Manages the sales cycle. Leverages market research to drive the growth agenda. Collaborates with Account and Program Managers to drive business growth both in existing and new market segments and accounts. Manages lead generation activities of the business program. Acquires new prospects proactively through networking, lead development, and cold calling. Gathers intelligence regarding prospects, decision makers, and their needs. Reaches decision-makers through cold calls, research, and networking. Qualifies opportunities for active pursuit based on the probability of success. Develops business plans in conjunction with Account and Program Managers, which includes activities, targeted prospecting territory development, and account development. Sells consultatively and makes recommendations to prospects and clients of the various solutions the company can provide to address their business needs. Creates and conducts effective proposal presentations that identify prospects’ business. Updates CRM application, if applicable, with client and prospect information. Collaborates with Account Management team on all closed accounts. Monitors competitors and product and/or service differentiators. Provides direction and guidance for process improvements and establishing policies. Coaches and mentors others to help build business development skills. May attend, exhibit, and present at conferences and trade associations. Less

Provides consulting services for business development, including the acquisition and management of new accounts. Identifies, prospects, and closes prospective clients. Manages the sales cycle. Leverages market research to drive the growth agenda. Collaborates with Account and Program Managers to drive... More

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