Job Post: Business Development Manager


Term: Fixed Term: April 2023 - March 2025
Fee: 3 days a week, £33,300 per annum (£55k FTE)
Pension: 3% employee pension contribution
Annual Leave: 20 days paid holiday (pro-rata) and paid bank holidays. The studio is closed between Christmas and New Years day, this is additional paid leave.
Location: Mix of remote working + some days working at the London studio: 96 Teesdale Street, Bethnal Green, London, E2 6PU
Reports to: CEO

ANAGRAM is an award-winning creative studio specialising in thought-provoking interactive storytelling and immersive experience design.

We are seeking a Business Development Manager to work part-time with us from April onwards to repackage our existing VR experience Goliath and take it into the healthcare sector as an education tool.

As part of this, they will oversee and implement a project to create a demonstrator, currently funded by Innovate UK and Ufi VocTech, and will develop a robust business case for this product. They will investigate new opportunities and generate materials to communicate with potential investors as well as the internal senior management and project management team.

The role will involve working with our partners at UWE School of Health and Social Wellbeing, Islington College and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust to scope the client needs and cost benefit analysis. Following a three month period of scoping, we will enter a phase of technical development and testing to build the product with a launch planned for 2025.

Alongside the launch of a new product, the Business Development Manager will also lead on an interim sales plan for our existing product in the healthcare sector to maximise it’s sales potential and network growth.


To apply, please send us a cover letter (including two references) and a copy of your CV.

Send your application to

Deadline for applications: Wednesday 19th April 2023, midday
Interviews: Monday 24th April 2023
Start date: asap

ANAGRAM seeks to make work that is socially relevant; we ask questions and offer fresh perspectives on the ambiguities and implicit power structures that permeate our contemporary world. We believe that a diverse and inclusive approach to building our teams is absolutely essential to the task of making this work.