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[JOB POSTING] Senior Analyst Relations and Technical Evangelist / Creation, Boston, MA, USA

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Creatio is one of the fastest growing enterprise SaaS companies offering a leading low-code platform for process management and CRM. With amazing opportunities ahead of us, Creatio is looking for a Senior Analyst Relations and Technical Evangelist to make a significant impact on our analyst / influencer relations program results and brand awareness growth. 

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[JOB POSTING] Director, Public Relations & Analyst Relations / Snyk, Greater Boston, MA, USA

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As the Director of Public Relations & Analyst Relations, you will be both the strategist and the day-to-day manager of our public relations, analyst relations, awareness building campaigns, executive speaking opportunities, global awards program. Targeting key reporters, analysts and influencers in the security, development and business markets, your goals will be to establish strong relationships and secure ongoing coverage of the Snyk business, product differentiation, thought leadership, customer success, company milestones and other newsworthy stories. 

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[JOB POSTING] Analyst Relations Manager / Red Hat, USA

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The Red Hat Marketing team is looking for an experienced Analyst Relations Manager to join us in Boston, MA. In this role, you will manage Red Hat’s strategy with industry analyst firms. You’ll oversee, develop, and implement a variety of projects and programs for one group of our offerings while working closely with Product Management, Product Marketing, and Corporate Communications teams to develop and carry out the strategy to positively impact Red Hat’s position among key analysts. As an Analyst Relations Manager, you’ll need to have a broad range of skills including the ability to manage successful analyst relations programs, work well with senior executives and a wide range of internal teams, prioritize and handle multiple concurrent projects, and build solid relationships with key industry analysts and technology experts.

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[JOB POSTING] Analyst Relations Manager / Red Hat, Boston, MA

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The Red Hat Marketing team is looking for an experienced Analyst Relations Manager to join us in Boston, MA. In this role, you will manage Red Hat’s strategy with industry analyst firms. You’ll oversee, develop, and implement a variety of projects and programs for one group of our offerings while working closely with Product Management, Product Marketing, and Corporate Communications teams to develop and carry out the strategy to positively impact Red Hat’s position among key analysts. As an Analyst Relations Manager, you’ll need to have a broad range of skills including the ability to manage successful analyst relations programs, work well with senior executives and a wide range of internal teams, prioritize and handle multiple concurrent projects, and build solid relationships with key industry analysts and technology experts.

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New! US-based IIAR Networking Events in November and December

Liberty SmallAnalyst Relations:  it can be rewarding, exhilarating, frustrating and – despite the fact that we’re often talking with analysts and spokespeople – it can be lonely, too.  Especially when you’re the only one at your company who does what you do . . . or even knows what you do!

As AR professionals, we are often a team of one, haven’t had much formal training, and are being asked to do more than ever before. It’s not easy.  But we’re not alone.  We are part of of a global community, one that is growing, evolving and learning to address new challenges every day.

For several years, IIAR members in the UK and Europe have taken advantage of IIAR Networking Cafe events to meet up, make new contacts, discuss common challenges and opportunities, mentor each other and strengthen the AR Community.

Now, we’re bringing the same opportunity to the the other side of the “pond”. Continue Reading →

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