Rex seeks a General Manager to build new tech company; drive pre-sales, growth hack. Offering generous equity
PayUp, an AI-driven, fast, hassle-free capital for service providers.

Key attributes:

3+ yrs experience, expert 0-1 BD, pre-sales, closing early customers, growth hacking
Strong understanding of the payments processing, ecommerce, loans, & fintech
Belief / bias that best finance source is from your customers; cash flow = king
Builder / hustler with extreme grit, driving team to invent on behalf of end-user
Drives rapid iterations / hacks, partnering w/ product, design, devs; invents for end-user

Things to do:

Must build w/ founding team new company; drive strategy / product roadmap
Aggressively + strategically drive teams grow revenue, create cash-flow, cut costs
Partner in all: biz dev, product, marketing; relentlessly cut costs / push sales
Ensure excellence with investment materials created for capital raise

Before you apply, review these resources to better understand our culture and mission:

Rex ecosystem initiatives
Peter Rex writing in WSJ about moving Rex from Seattle to Austin
Peter Rex on Fox Business
Peter Rex on Bloomberg Radio

Our compensation and benefits package is designed to reward long-term career growth. Your total compensation can and should grow as you progress with the company. We evaluate performance and provide direct feedback to all teammates throughout the year, and ensure that compensation matches the role and performance. In addition, we offer the following:

Coaching and stretch assignments that will test your limits
Strong compensation plus early stage equity
Medical, dental, and vision benefits
401(k) retirement plan
Work from office culture

Tagged as: Business Development, operations, sales

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About Rex

Big Tech leadership has lost its social license to lead. They’re focused on extracting value, rather than creating it; muzzling dissent rather than freeing our voices; oppressing rebels rather than being the rebel.