What is Amplemarket all about?
Amplemarket's premise is that a lot of the playbooks used by B2B sales teams that worked 5 years ago don't cut it anymore.
In today's environment, sales teams need to have a tremendous amount of information about their prospects to decide when is the best moment and channel to reach out in the most relevant way. You can't do this with 5 different data/sales enablement point solutions that don't share the same data schema and barely communicate with each other. Amplemarket is the all-in-one compound solution that enables this.
Our AI-powered sales platform helps B2B companies generate more opportunities thanks to our advanced lead generation engine, hyper-personalized sequencing, omnichannel outreach, and AI-powered smart actions. We are backed by Y Combinator, and we are powering the sales teams at some of the fastest-growing companies in the world like Deel, Moveworks, H1 and Vanta.

Your mission:

We are looking for a Product Marketing Manager to oversee the go-to-market of product launches, build the plan and messaging for our products, develop content to describe the benefits and main outcomes of your product area, position and educate on our products to the sales and support teams and collaborate with the greater marketing teams to develop programs that create demand for your product.


You will focus on:

  • Develop product messaging that differentiates new products and features from others in the market
  • Maintain and manage competitive intelligence and comparisons by working with cross-functional stakeholders and executing self-lead research
  • Communicate the value of new products and features to the sales and marketing team
  • Assist sales on calls when appropriate to provide deeper dives into the product and work on marketing collateral materials that will then be used by the sales team
  • Develop and implement promotional activities such as promotions and product launches
  • Use market research data to determine product pricing
  • Create product content such as case studies, website copy and blog posts
  • Gain insight into customer use of current products, untapped opportunities and buyer personas
  • Measure and optimize the buyer journey as it relates to product feature adoption and usage
  • Evaluate projects using relevant KPIs and feedback from existing and prospective clients


About you:

  • Experience working at a startup, ideally SaaS with a focus on enterprise sales
  • 2-4+ years of experience with product marketing
  • Project management skills
  • Ability to understand technical information and complex topics, while making it accessible to a broad audience
  • Customer-centric mindset
  • Strong organizational and communication skills
  • The ability to analyze relevant information and make informed decisions
  • The ability to prioritize tasks and responsibilities across projects
  • Ability to manage projects across multiple departments and stakeholders
  • Passion for solving problems creatively, starting small, failing fast, and applying your learnings


Some more about Amplemarket:

  • We've raised $12M in back-to-back seed and Series A funding
  • We are backed by YCombinator
  • We have a strong technical founding team from MIT and IST (also founders of https://fermatslibrary.com/)
  • We are a fast-growing startup with product-market fit
  • We have a great team spirit


We offer:

  • Nice work environment
  • Competitive Salary
  • Health Insurance
  • Stock Options
  • Annual company offsite in a secret location
  • Annual Learning & Development Budget
  • and more!



Amplemarket is committed to creating an inclusive employee experience for all.
Regardless of race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, age, disability, or if you’re parenting the next generation of innovators, we firmly believe that what truly matters is how your skills, knowledge and personality fit our company. So bring your best professional version of yourself, and apply - we'd like to hear from you!

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