Position Summary The Lead Generation Specialist is responsible for identifying and developing outbound derived sales’ leads for specific product categories. Responsibilities include the following and additional duties may be assigned as needed:
Develop an understanding of specific product categories and assist with product descriptions
Conduct market research activities – target groups, market segmentation and events
Assist digital marketing team to identify and implement specific product campaigns
Support brand awareness activities and customer relationships
Assist in crafting product specific outbound sales offerings
Execute an outbound lead generation program (phone, events, web)
Collaborate with internal functional groups, notably Product Marketing and Sales, to develop product information, marketing collateral and web content
Participate in events and tradeshows
Responsible for reporting outbound performance vs. metrics
Attributes and Skills:
Strong and proactive outward communication and networking skills
Outbound sales and marketing experience preferred
Strong listener, with effective oral and written communication skills
Professional phone and virtual communication skills
Science background, notably with more complicated and sophisticated equipment
Some sales and/or marketing experience preferred (conventional as well as digital)
Proficient understanding of the sales process – lead to close
Strong research, documentation and organizational skills
Experienced at networking and event planning/marketing
Technical writing skills preferred
Collegiate, team player
Ability to multi-task and work effectively within a multidisciplinary team
High degree of proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, and database familiarity a plus
Able to travel, if necessary
Position Type: Temp to Hire, starting off at approximately 20 hours weekly
Please submit your resume and cover letter to email@example.com
BioSurplus would like to thank everyone who took the time to stop by our exhibits at the recent Contract Pharma, ISPE, and BIOCOM events. We appreciate the opportunity to meet each and every one of you, and look forward to working together in the future. At each of these three events, one lucky winner walked away with a spinner flask filled with $250 cash. Here at BioSurplus, our number one priority is doing the right thing for your budget. Contact us for more information about how we can offer you savings on pre-owned equipment or monetize your surplus equipment, and check back to see what events we’ll be attending in the future for more chances to win great prizes!
Winner: Dr. Rao Tatapudy of Unither Pharmaceuticals
On October 7th, BioSurplus will be attending the 24th Annual ISPE Boston Area Chapter Product Show at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA. Visit our exhibit to learn more about how we can help you do the best thing for your budget with savings on pre-owned equipment and flexible solutions for monetizing your surplus. Additionally, drop off your business card for a chance to win a spinner flask filled with $250 cash.For more information on the event, click here.We look forward to seeing you at the show!
Beginning tomorrow 9/17, BioSurplus will be auctioning off former assets from biotech / pre-clinical R&D laboratories in Northern California. Approximately 300 lots of biotech / biopharma equipment are available, with instruments from leading manufacturers including BD Becton Dickinson, Agilent, Shimadzu, Thermo Scientific, Beckman Coulter, and many more!
BioSurplus will be attending the 14th Annual Contract Pharma exhibition on September 17th at the Hyatt Regency in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Stop by Table #2 with your business card or contact info for a chance to win a spinner flask filled with $250 in cash. It’s that simple! The drawing will be held on Thursday, September 18 at 11:45 AM EST. See you at the show, we look forward to meeting you!
Here at BioSurplus, we are committed to enhancing women within the life science industry and beyond. During last month’s BIO Convention, VP of National Business Development, Dawn Hocevar, represented BSI at the WIB Executive Roundtable. To learn more about this discussion as well as future WIB events and activities, click here.
Did you know that you can get more value from your stereo/dissecting microscope by adding economical fluorescence capability? There are two primary aspects to fluorescence: excitation and emission. In high end systems, these are dealt with by light sources and barrier filters that are integrated with the optics on a system-specific basis to produce powerful imaging capability. Many applications require the level of performance these provide, but there are lots of routine fluorescence tasks for which these high-end systems are massive overkill, such as screening or sorting transgenics, pre-screening samples for confocal microscopy, fluorescence-aided injection or dissection, and education/outreach. At a greatly reduced cost, users can add excitation and emission to existing stereo (dissecting) microscopes with light sources and filters that are external to the microscope rather than integrated with the optics. The NIGHTSEA Stereo Microscope Fluorescence Adapter is an example of an economical system like this, and it fits on virtually all stereo microscopes, regardless of manufacturer or model. Check out NIGHTSEA for more information, and browse BioSurplus’ inventory of microscopes here.
As a CLSA member, you get access to value-stretching resources that strengthen your life sciences business. For over a decade, BioSurplus has successfully provided pre-owned lab instrumentation to the life sciences industry, transitioning equipment from closing laboratories to start-up companies. Pre-owned lab instrumentation can be the answer to the entrepreneur’s dilemma of balancing resource needs and budgetary constraints.
CLSA members receive an additional 10% off BioSurplus’ pricing. With BioSurplus customers already saving an average of 64% off new equipment list prices, buying pre-owned lab equipment is a great way to stretch your dollar.
Still not sure? Click here to watch the 20-year story of “Baby”, a bioreactor that BioSurplus supplied to five companies across two continents throughout its career, enabling Baby’s owners to continue their work and stretch their dollar.