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- Vice President of Partnerships
- Identify strategic relationships with organizations suited to stimulate GitLab enterprise business
- Develop plans for strategic partnerships and defined results which tie to revenue generation from the enterprise segment
- Work with executive team to build and maintain relationships, managing and leveraging the relationship through each stage of its lifecycle
- Evaluating full risk and benefits of existing and new partnerships
- Build out tracking and reporting of partnership relationships in order to optimize
- Work cross departmentally with internal teams to build, publish, and distribute partnership assets
- Provide thought leadership, strategic insight, and clear communication to team and company on various partnership initiatives
- 6-8 years of senior leadership (VP or C-level) in planning and closing partnership deals valued at over $50M with the largest tech companies.
- 8+ years of experience in the field of cloud and/or DevOps
- Proven success developing and delivering on strategic plans with leading tech companies in the Cloud and DevOps spaces.
- Experience working at a start-up (500 employees and under), building key partnerships during scaling
- Repeated success in penetrating Enterprise companies, outlining plans to build opportunities for collaboration, starting from cold approaches.
- Experience migrating large open-source projects to new tools for their communities
- Demonstrated complete understanding of the company, product, and landscape to make informed long-term strategic business decisions
- A networks of high executive contacts in the cloud, DevOps and open-source spaces. Proven ability to translate those to new partnerships and business opportunities.
- Demonstrated analytical and data led decision-making.
- Based on San Francisco
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