IPR Commercialization Manager
IPR & Licensing is seeking an experienced Business Development or Account Manager with significant experience working in Korea. This role will be an important part of the IPR & Licensing Korea account team and will focus on growing our business contacts and executive level relationships across various levels and Business Units of our customers
Role and Responsibilities:
Partner and work closely with IPR & Licensing team to establish and grow contacts and executive level relationships with key Korean accounts. Collaborate closely with IPR & Licensing team to work to broaden relationships with Korean accounts by introducing other areas of Ericsson including device optimization and testing and other areas, and explore new and strategic opportunities for partnership.
- Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering, Telecommunications, Physics, or equivalent
- Must have a strong Business Development/Account Management or sales background. Ideally, 15+ years of Ericsson Business Development and/or Account Management experience
- Experience conducting business in Korean market
- Fluent in Korean
- Appropriate knowledge in general telecommunications technology is required
- General knowledge of handset market and 2G-5G standards
- No specific Intellectual Property licensing experience is required for this role
- Ability to travel up to 50% of the time
- Location: Kista, Plano, or Seoul
- Negotiation & Argumentation Skills
- Coaching & Mentoring Skills
- Communications Skills
- Project Management Skills
DISCLAIMER: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of employees assigned to this position. Therefore employees assigned may be required to perform additional job tasks required by the manager.
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