We’re at a turning point in history. Climate change is changing the world faster than ever before. Utilities will play a crucial role in the transformation of our society to fight climate change and become carbon-neutral, while at the same time making sure people and businesses can continue to use energy supply like they’ve been used to for so many years.
At Gorilla, we’re determined to not stay aside, but to make a real impact on the utility industry by providing data services that allow utilities to play the role they need to play in the quest for a net-zero society. By building something that solves a real problem, and by being the best at what we do.
Growth Marketing Manager at Gorilla
Are you a data-driven marketing maven with an insatiable appetite for fuelling business growth? We’re on the hunt for a creative, dynamic, hands-on Growth Marketing Manager to join our vibrant team! If you live and breathe demand marketing magic and know how to make metrics dance, this role is tailor-made for you. Embrace the opportunity to skyrocket our brand, attract new customers, and take our business to new heights!
What you’ll do at Gorilla:
- Develop and implement data-driven multi-channel marketing activities to drive user acquisition and retention in our strategic accounts and markets.
- Collaborate with Sales to identify key target accounts, and build account based marketing plans to optimise performance across the sales funnel.
- Collaborate across Content, Product Marketing, and Design to create compelling and engaging campaigns that resonate with our target audience and drive demand.
- A/B test and experiment with different marketing tactics to continuously improve campaign performance and user experience.
- Monitor key performance indicators (KPIs) and use insights to make data-informed decisions for ongoing optimisation.
- Stay up-to-date with the latest trends and best practices in growth marketing, and proactively seek out new opportunities to drive growth.
- Manage budgets effectively to ensure maximum return on investment (ROI) and cost-effectiveness of marketing initiatives.