The Startup Business Development Team is a rarified group at AWS - made up of serial entrepreneurs, investors and early stage startup team members -
we are passionate about enabling outsize success for the next generation of startup founders. As a member of the team, you will be working closely with leading early-
stage investors and partners, and support their portfolio companies in LATAM with resources from AWS and Amazon.
You will be a key support team member in helping to craft and implement strategy for how AWS engages the startup ecosystem, will influence product direction, and will support AWS in defining where best to invest resources.
The global landscape of early stage startups is vast and complex. You will support the Startup Business Development team in better understanding this landscape, digging deep to bring data and insight to light that will enable the entire team to optimally engage startup teams.
You will also lead the way in tackling the opportunity in the long tail’ of startups those not yet backed by VCs or in top tier accelerators.
You’ll devise ways to find and engage them, and own those programs end-to-end.
This is a rare opportunity to join an incredibly high caliber team at center stage in the startup technology ecosystem, and also at Amazon.
Your team members will include former founders of top tech startups - people who have started publicly traded companies, sold companies to large corporates, etc.
and they are interested in providing colleagues with unique mentor-ship and network access. And as you perform, you will take on more and more responsibility at a company that is growing rapidly where a premium is placed on developing exceptional talent.
Roles and Responsibilities
and promote AWS across their community member companies.
The ideal candidate will possess both a business background that enables them to analyze and assess our efforts in the startup segment, as well as the operational skills and tenacity to implement program.
You’ll need poise, professionalism and passion for startups that will give you credibility with investors and startups. A keen sense of ownership, drive, and a bias for action is necessary for success, as is the ability to dive deep in to the data to help AWS’s global organization achieve results.
to-end program / initiative · Comfort with large data set as well as comfort deriving hypotheses in data-poor environments