Event Manager at RevenueCat

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Event Manager RevenueCat. The Role. RevenueCat is a lot of things for a lot of different users: Easy to integrate and maintain subscription infrastructure for engineers, a way to increase conversion and revenue for product teams, a source of invaluable insights for marketers, and the place where you support your paying customers for support teams. We’re also (very) committed to connecting to – and learning from – all these different types of users.. That’s where events come in. : Most of us regularly attend, speak at, and manage the booth at events for all kinds of audiences, all around the world. It’s an opportunity to learn from the different types of people that use RevenueCat on a day to day basis, to spend some face-time with our colleagues, and maybe collect a lead or two (thousand) while we’re at it.. We’re looking for a second Event Manager to join the team responsible for these in-person events, as well as the virtual events we regularly organise to connect to our audience remotely.. Managed by Sabrina, our Events Lead, the team drives our event calendar, tackles logistics, and takes creative charge as we strive to leave a lasting impression.. As our newest Event Manager, you’ll support operationally at first. , but - as your understanding of our platform and audience grows - will increasingly own areas of our event strategy that best fit your interests and skills.. What you’ll be responsible for. Together with the rest of the team, you’ll take care of event planning, logistics, and on-the-ground execution. You’ll be involved in sponsored conferences, webinars, side-events (dinners, party’s, etc), and – on the slightly longer term – a RevenueCat produced conference.. Within the first month, you’ll:. Gain basic understanding of RevenueCat, its customers, and the broader ecosystem in which we operate. Meet and form relationships with people across the org, focusing primarily on your main collaborators across Marketing, Sales, and Success. Present your “first ship”, a RevenueCat onboarding tradition where you create and share something meaningful with the rest of the team based on your first two weeks in the role. Examples could be:. An updated guide for conference attendees to prepare for a trip,. Publish a new landing page for a webinar, or. Whatever you’re inspired to do. Begin contributing to ongoing projects in a support capacity. Within the first 3 months, you’ll:. Attend your first RevenueCat event, somewhere around the globe (depending on your availability). Assess our current event planning, and identify opportunities for improvement or new initiatives. Assist with the logistics for upcoming in-person events (eg, booking sponsorships, coordinating with vendors, briefing RevenueCat attendees). Run your first webinar end-to-end (coordinate with Marketing Operations on technological enablement, work with Product Marketing and/or Content on topics and speakers, etc). Within the first 6 months, you’ll:. Take ownership of specific in-person events. Start contributing to event strategy and innovation. Find your “. inflata-cat. ” (come up with – and execute – something fun and creative that’ll leave a lasting impression for event attendees). After 12 months, you’ll have:. Become a key partner across the company and proactively find ways events can contribute to our overall company goals. Full autonomy over major events and complex projects. What you’ll need to be successful. 5+ Years of experience in Event Management in a B2B or B2D (Business to Developer) SaaS environment, planning and executing both in-person and virtual events, including conferences, webinars, and other corporate events. Strong project management skills, with a knack for managing multiple projects and deadlines simultaneously, including coordinating with stakeholders and events across different time zones.. High level of accuracy and attention to detail in event logistics and planning. Strong communication skills, capable of liaising effectively with internal teams, as well as conference organisers, vendors, and other external partners. You are comfortable with ambiguity and can develop an event strategy from first principles, bringing creative ideas to life to ensure events leave a lasting impression. Resourcefulness and adaptability: Able to troubleshoot, solve problems quickly, and manage risks during event planning and execution. Experience with turning events into outcomes: Taking care that leads get scanned, Sales connects to the right prospects, and more. Ability and willingness to do regular travel (about 1x per month). We’re a fully remote team, so you’ll have to be comfortable with an asynchronous environment and using a lot of Notion, Zoom, Slack, and Linear. We actively combat ‘meeting-bloat’ to ensure you have ample time for ‘deep work’, but regularly collaborate in real time around specific projects or efforts.. What we offer:. $137,000 USD salary regardless of your location. Competitive equity in a fast-growing, Series C startup backed by top tier investors including Y Combinator. 10 year window to exercise vested equity options. Fully remote work environment that promotes autonomy and flexibility. Suggested 4 to 5 weeks time off to recharge and focus on mental, physical, and emotional health. $2,000 USD to build your personal workspace. $1,000 USD annual stipend for your continuous learning and growth.