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Market Development Manager - Government, GGO

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Working closely with the Global Head of Market Development – Governments, this role is responsible for managing proposition development initiatives… Thomson Reuters

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Head of Strategic Bid & Tender Management - Government, GGO

Thomson Reuters Dubai

This strategic business development role is tasked with winning major government contracts for Thomson Reuters across emerging markets (‘GGO’), to… Thomson Reuters

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Thomson Reuters President & CEO James C. Smith
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    Large company with lots of benefits but lots of politics

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    Current Employee - Business Development Inside Sales in Dubai (United Arab Emirates)
    Current Employee - Business Development Inside Sales in Dubai (United Arab Emirates)

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    Benefits are pretty decent. Great Health insurance 25-30 days off per year. Flexible working hours. Work from home (if your position allows it)

    Multinational. Its truly multinational company. (Well apart from Dubai office where its full of ME nationals especially from one particular country.)
    London and Geneva Offices are the best in my experience. Lovely people there


    Pay is average to below average especially in Dubai office.
    Lots of politics and lots reorganizations which demotivates.
    In ME offices, some nationalities tent to hire ONLY people from their home country and everyone knows about it
    sometime cliques develop but no more than any other company - very layered and overly complex sales process

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    First, improve conditions for employees. You can't seriously expect to get the best out of people when you treat them as second-rate automatons.

    Second, craft a coherent growth vision that you can stick with for at least one calendar year.

    Third, appoint senior managers (Presidents, VPs) who have experience in both the geographic market and the content/product area.

    Finally, Cut bureaucracy and get rid of highly paid non-performers.

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