Our client is a very dynamic, high growth technology company that has experienced 30% growth quarterly. They have multiple divisions, all of which are growing rapidly. This company is expanding, growing, and looking for talented sales professionals to join their team. This is an inside sales position in a high energy and positively charged inside sales environment. A competitive attitude and entrepreneurial mindset is what separates the top producers from the average.
Our client is a very dynamic, high growth organization with decades of proven experience in their market. They have steadily grown to become a leading force in industrial automation technologies in over 50 countries. Our client prides themselves on providing a wide variety of manufacturers the best automation technologies possible. If you want to contribute to a growing organization and help build a successful sales organization, this opportunity may be of interest to you.
You may be wondering, what exactly is “the toughest interview question.” I mean there are definitely plenty of questions that have left us all stumped in an interview, but I thought I would focus on one of the toughest interview questions that seems so obvious that many of us struggle to answer it effectively.
Being in sales is no easy task. Our days do not normally consist of the normal 9am-5pm clock-in and clock-out. We are constantly working to sign on new business, add value to our consumers and ultimately drive revenue. With that being said, sales is unique in nature and is not for everyone. I have found that it is the little things that separate the “good” sales reps from the “great” sales reps.
Our client is a well known provider of enterprise software solutions to the digital media market. They move and track content around the world and have built a hybrid SaaS model that is growing rapidly. They are looking for an Inside Account Executive to join their growing company. The Inside Account Executive will be responsible for closing business and meeting or exceeding quota requirements.
When managing accounts and talking to clients who have invested time and money into your organization, it is important to remember the basic fundamentals of interpersonal interaction. Treat others as you would like to be treated and show enthusiasm in what it is that you are talking about. Stay knowledgeable on your product and communicate frequently with those you are in contact with.
Here we are, in the last month of the 2nd quarter, a few weeks from the official start of summer, and halfway through the year. The energy and the enthusiasm of getting your year kicked off with new plans and strategy is fading and your sales number might begin to stagger. How do I know? It happens to most sales teams this time of year and every sales team encounters this at some point during the year.