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Business Analyst


Role Purpose:

This is a critical role supporting the Conferences Exhibitor Sales teams (Global Exhibitor Sales and Evanta) with their mission critical priorities, accelerated revenue growth, productivity improvements and organizational expansion. 

This role will be a part of the Exhibitor Performance and Planning team and will be responsible for analytical and reporting activities, documenting processes, and providing data support for strategic decision making.  This role will report to the Director of Exhibitor Planning and Performance.



  • Support annual revenue budgets, monthly forecast processes, and territory planning

  • Prepare executive-level analytics and presentation materials for leadership team

  • Assist in validating data in the monthly commission report to ensure accuracy in commission payments and exhibitor reporting

  • Support monthly reporting (stacks, Client Connect forecast, productivity, GLE, etc.)

  • Build analytical models to support short- and long-term planning

  • Validate large operational data sets to develop KPIs, analytical dashboards to improve decision making that drives business performance

  • Collaborate with various teams within Conferences business unit on cross-functional projects

  • Assist with revenue and budget reporting needs

  • Address ad-hoc operational data requests


Experience Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree preferred, Master's Degree is a plus, in an Analytics, FP&A, Sales, Strategy or Business Operations field

  • 2+ years of business experience

  • Exceptional analytical skills

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills

  • Strong proficiency in Excel and Power BI

  • Proficiency in Power Automate and/or Alteryx is a plus

  • Strong core values: integrity, collaboration, no-limits mindset, objectivity

  • Ability to thrive and deliver outstanding results in a fast-paced environment and to maintain a positive outlook when faced with challenges

  • Willingness to travel locally to Conferences



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