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Business Sales Representative

Conco Management Group has an exciting opening for a Business Sales Representative to join our rapidly-growing marketing firm in Edwardsville.  We deal with face-to-face marketing on a day-to-day basis, and we share side-by-side comparisons with potential customers to show them what we can offer with our leading satellite and telecommunications clients’ brands versus what our competitors offer.
 
Benefits of the Business Sales Representative Position: 
 
?       Guaranteed hourly base pay
?       Uncapped commission rates
?       Weekly bonus opportunities
?       Paid training
?       Advancement opportunities
?       Travel opportunities
Responsibilities of the Business Sales Representative:
 
?       Understand each customer’s needs to provide real, effective solutions.
?       Identify, qualify and close accounts.
?       Deliver exceptional customer service.
?       Strive to meet and exceed weekly sales goals.
 
We aren’t looking for the most educated or most experienced.  We’re looking for the best and brightest, with strong desires to succeed.


Requirements of the Business Sales Representative: 
 
?       Prior experience in a sales environment is a plus, but not required
?       Excellent appearance, verbal/written communication, problem-solving and presentation skills are a must
?       Outgoing, positive personality (people person)
?       Available to work full time (absolutely no part time or internships)
?       Saturday and Sunday availability is required
?       Access to a vehicle for travel to in-store retail campaigns an asset.
 
 
Keywords: Business Sales Representative, Territory Sales Management, Business Development, Channel Management, Consultative Selling, Customer Retention, Lead Generation, Brand/Product Marketing, Account Management, Prospecting/Cold Calling.




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