Our client is a leading provider of technology products and services into K-12 and Higher Education institutions. This is a senior role for an experienced Inside Sales Manager who will be responsible for leading, developing and driving sales strategies, maximizing sales opportunities, and identifying and developing new business in order to meet or exceed revenue goals.
The title is pretty straight forward, so here they are: Professional Attire - Always: This is an easy one but many times underestimated. Don't make the mistake of going on a 1st interview wearing a button down shirt and khakis. Real simple - Guys, dark suit (blue, black, or grey), white or blue shirt, and a conservative tie. Clean shaven, no piercings.
Do you believe you work at the best company on the planet? You may be a CEO or part of a leadership team that are of the mindset that anyone should feel privileged to work at such an outstanding establishment. Well, it might be time to take your beer goggles off! Many companies are completely off the mark when it comes to what their employees really think about your work place. And, this is not something you should take lightly.
Our client is a very dynamic, high growth organization that is a smaller business group that is part of a Billion Dollar services organization. This is an exciting and dynamic organization that has been exponentially growing in size for the past couple of years, from $6M in FY11, $11M in FY 12 and they are planning to be over $15M in FY13. They focus on ROI services geared towards corporate Learning and Development.
This organization is an award winning company whose products are sold into Fortune 1000 technology organizations. Their innovative suite of products has received high recognition and is well received by their audience of sales and marketing executives. Our client offers a casual work environment and career growth opportunities internally.
This year's summer outing included a very unique tour of Boston and a Red Sox Game. We took a Segway tour from the North End to the Seaport District and although we hit some bumps on the way, we all survived and made it to the Red Sox game where we proceeded to have an amazing time!
Here we are, post 2012 Summer Olympic Games. For 17 days, more than 219 million Americans watched over 5,535 hours of Games. From the opening ceremony, to 26 sports with 36 disciplines and about 300 events, we follow the athletes through the peaks and valleys of their dreams coming true. Congratulations to the United States with 46 Gold, 29 Silver, and 29 Bronze metals!