With the completion of January, it is safe to say that this year is underway and it is gaining momentum. As companies continue to grow there will be a high demand for sales talent. You will find yourself competing with other companies to land the salesperson who you want on your team. And with the pickup of the market, candidates are able to selectively search for new opportunities with several companies pursuing them. So how are you going to attract sales candidates and show them that your company’s opportunity is the best one for them to take?
Our client is a worldwide leader in file transfer and collaboration platforms. These solutions provide a better way to monitor networks, migrate files between systems, and store content. They work internationally with small businesses up through enterprise accounts to deliver a simplified solution for secure data management.
Sunday, February 1st, 2015 the New England Patriots overcame the largest fourth quarter deficit in NFL Super Bowl history to dethrone the reigning champion Seattle Seahawks 28-24 in thrilling fashion. Coach Belicheck was quoted weeks earlier during the Second Round Playoff nail-biter motivating his players with a speech about how if each person simply did their job that their team was strong enough to conquer any challenge and that their system would allow them to reach their goal of being victorious.
The Business Development Manager is responsible for prospecting and building key account partnerships. This is a position that requires industry expertise and a very consultative approach. The role requires the ability to close new business while having the capability to build relationships with existing clientele. An engaging personality and strong work ethic is needed.
Our client is a leader in market research in a $50-$70 billion industry. This position covers a North American territory both managing and growing existing accounts and fostering and developing new accounts. This is a tremendous opportunity to join an established industry opinion leader in an exciting period of growth.
It’s that time of the year again where millions lay out their resolutions for 2015. So where should you focus your goals for 2015? Is it the year to exercise more, eat better, or travel frequently? I say make it the year of your career! Where do you want your career to go? What’s next for you? These are important questions to ask. Are you a recent grad breaking into the job market? Maybe you’re more seasoned and looking to take your skills into a new industry?
Considering a sales career is usually not on the top of the list when asked “what do you want to be when you grow up?” The stigma is that you don’t want to be “pushy” or you don’t’ want to be that “used car sales person”. More likely than not, you have dealt with “that” salesperson and think why would anyone want to do that?