A job search can be tough during any given point in the year, but for some reason or another it always seems to be difficult during the holidays and summer months. Why is that? Well for one it seems like everyone is on vacation at the same time. You may find yourself wondering if anyone is even hiring because you haven’t heard back. And on top of that, there is a whole new wave of recent millennial graduates entering the work force during the summer months, so again my question is how are you handling your job search this summer and what are you doing to stand out?
Climbing a mountain is a lot like starting your sales career. There are a lot of ups and downs and different obstacles to overcome, but when you get to the top you want to do it again. Getting to the top can be hard and there may be moments where you want to call it quits and turn around, but when you finally reach that summit, you never regret the view and feeling of accomplishment. The thrill of climbing above the ‘treeline’ is something we have found that all sales professionals share.
Right now we are in the heart of the season for summer outings. And as scary as it is to think about, holiday parties will be right around the corner before we know it. Company outings are a great way to further develop a positive work culture and hang out with coworkers, but there are a few things to consider when attending your company outing.
Our client is the developer of a web application specifically used in the construction industry. This technology is breaking edge and the company is growing and now launching a sales organization. This person will report to the CEO. They will be responsible for growing revenue through individual contribution and team management. This person must be able to implement a sales strategy and process while also closing large enterprise deals.
Our client is a dynamic, energetic and creative organization that sells robots to aid society. Their technology is second to none and they are growing at an impressive pace. They are looking to hire talented, aggressive and creative individuals who would like to be part of a growing Boston team. The Area Sales Manager will be responsible for closing new business within a U.S. territory. You will be responsible for meeting directly with potential customers and performing product demonstrations.
Our client is a dynamic, high growth organization that has over a decade of proven success within web optimization solutions. They focus on mid-market opportunities leveraging their expertise in delivering speed, scalability, security and insight for any website. If you want to contribute to a growing organization and help build a successful sales organization, this opportunity may be of interest to you. The Sales Engineer role will be required to partner with the inside sales team to pursue new business opportunities and support all phases of the sales process as the technical subject matter expert.
I bet you thought I was going to start this blog by stating how I am so successful and how my advice and input can help you be successful. On the contrary, I actually believe that the word success is misconstrued and wanted to share how the pursuit of success can actually lead to failure. But yes here is the catch 22. I am also hoping to provide my take on how I am on the track to be successful.