Google Analytics for the physical world
Zensors is looking for its first Product Marketing leader to play a critical role in building out the product positioning and product marketing strategy. On the inbound side, you will understand the market (audiences and competitive landscape) to continuously align our positioning and messaging. On the outbound side, you will lead product launches and drive activities in collaboration with your colleagues across the company to increase awareness and adoption of our product. In addition, you will use your experience to understand the landscape and provide thought leadership on Zensors capabilities and strategy. As an early marketing hire you have the opportunity to shape the go to market journey for the company and have outsized impact.
Develop and execute B2B marketing plans that may include email campaigns, participation in industry conferences and events, webinars, PPC campaigns and website updates
Provide short and long term market forecasts, reports, and trends to assist business development in the acquisition of B2B clients
Lead and ensure the consistency in the messaging, branding, content, and look-and-feel of all internal and external communications and marketing materials—coordinating and socializing with content, creative, sales and broader organization
Perform industry and competitive analysis to inform the sales process and help positioning and messaging
Perform ongoing tracking and reporting on B2B marketing initiatives
Work alongside product team to develop messaging for new products and launch them.
3+ years of hands-on marketing experience in a B2B role.
Excellent understanding of B2B marketing process around research , positioning and execution.
Proven track record managing marketing pipeline generation, including managing campaigns from concept to ROI analysis.
Demonstrated ability to manage the budgeting process and use of analytical skills.
Proven track record in delivering marketing campaigns that drive sales growth.
Ability to remotely create and manage marketing strategies.
An understanding of agile marketing, to identify and focus on high-value projects and then continuously and incrementally improve the results over time.
Excellent communication skills
Team player with ability to work cross-functionally
Must be very comfortable with continuously changing opportunities and priorities
Dynamic, motivating, and entrepreneurial-minded with an internal drive to continuously hit goals and deadlines. Proactive mentality with curiosity and desire to learn.
Exceptional organizational and project management skills, ability to manage multiple projects, ability to meet deadlines, and strong attention to detail
Zensors provides streams of interconnected, actionable data that can be extracted from a single video feed along with an AI engine that can interpret, optimize, forecast or alert on changes in customer demand, internal staffing and other key service metrics in real time. With vision based deep learning, what was once an expensive, error prone, and time consuming process, has become, cost-effective, and accurate method of collecting and analyzing large amounts of data. Zensors is at the forefront of this modern movement with a unique AI system that provides data collection and analysis 24 hours a day, seven days a week, even in the toughest conditions.
Learn more at www.zensors.com
Anuraag Jain is a thought leader in creating interactions that leverage AI to create new experiences. As a thought leader, he has spoken about the impact of AI at leading cities summit, ACI North America Innovation conference, and numerous smart city and travel & aviation forums. He has a degree in Computer Science & Interaction Design from Carnegie Mellon and was the Director of Product & Engineering for Terminal , a cloud infrastructure startup that was acquired by Udacity. Before which at Palantir he helped fortune 500 companies implement technology to aggregate and utilize the rich data available across their organization to make data-driven business decisions.
Chris Harrison works at the intersection of interactive technologies and artificial intelligence and has authored more than 90 peer-reviewed papers on the subject. Dr. Harrison is also an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. For his contributions, Harrison has been named as a Top 35 Innovator by MIT Technology Review, a Top 30 Scientist by Forbes, and a World Economic Forum Young Scientist. Harrison has also been named a fellow by the Packard Foundation, Sloan Foundation, Google, Qualcomm, and Microsoft Research.