On Saturday July 17th, Alex and I made our way to Fenway Park. After a fun-filled company outing to Monkey Trunk's (a high rope and zip line park) we were quite tired, our muscles ached and the strong summer sun and heat was sucking up our last bit of energy. To make matters worse we arrived at Fenway Park without our tickets (we were out of the office the day before and hadn't received them in the mail); therefore, we were sent on a wild goose chase around the park asking anyone and everyone where we could find the Jimmy Fund event.
Ernst & Young recently conducted a survey examining corporate growth expectations over the next two years. The survey measured key economic and performance indicators among US companies with $500 million to $3 billion in total revenue. The survey uncovered optimistic hiring trends.
This opportunity is calling for a successful senior account manager to build strong relationships with pharmaceutical brand managers. This is a relationship role that requires solution sales experience and a strong focus on customer satisfaction. It requires about 30%-35% travel to NY, NJ, PA and MA
In her book, Carmen Taran, one of the co-founders of Rexi Media, a presentation skills consulting firm poses the question, “Looking over the presentations you’ve heard, how many beginnings do you still remember? Two, three, five at most.” According to Taran, if you use at least one of these ten techniques in the first 30 seconds of your next presentation you will be among the few presentations remembered.
One of America's Top Branded Companies wants to expand and needs to fill multiple job opennings in the Massachusetts, New York, and Connecticut region. They are seeking Outside Sales Representatives to call on business owners within the SMB market and sell them on various advertising options.
The show took place yesterday, July 29th at the Renaissance Waterfront Hotel in Boston. The game show was made up of three different contests: (1) Share your most memorable sale. (2) Find accurate and complete contact information about a specific prospect using any Sales 2.0 technology within three-minutes and (3) deliver a winning one-minute elevator pitch. Kathleen was part of the second contest, so she had to use technology, such as LinkedIn and Jigsaw to get the contact information of a sales executive.
June 24th, 2010, marked the 24th annual JP Morgan Corporate Challenge, where over 12,000 people from 708 companies lined up along the Boston Common to make the 3.5 mile run to Kenmore Square and back. For the third straight year, the run benefitted Camp Harbor View, a summer camp for children from Boston's at-risk neighborhoods.