Careers In Business Development (Industry Careers For PhDs Podcast)
Do you want to help companies pursue strategic opportunities and gain revenue?
Have you ever thought about applying your PhD transferable skills to a business development role?
In this episode of the Industry Careers for PhDs podcast, we interview Dr. Jason Mellad, who will share insights from his unique career path following his PhD. From starting as a consultant, he then went on to become a technology transfer associate, and VP of business development. He now sits as CEO of Cambridge Epigenetix.
In this podcast, you’ll learn:
- What did he learn from his past roles as a consultant and technology transfer associate and why did he decide to move into business development
- What are the day-to-day activities of a person in Business Development
- What does the career trajectory look like and what are the promotional opportunities for this position
- What transferable skills are necessary for this role and how can PhDs better position themselves for this transition
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Isaiah is an internationally recognized Fortune 500 consultant, CEO of Cheeky Scientist, and author of the straight-talk bestsellers Black Hole Focus and The Science of Intelligent Achievement.
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