On August 28, 2010, I ran my first Spartan Sprint at the Amesbury Sports Park in Massachusetts. I honestly don’t remember why I signed up, but I paid my entry fee, spent a couple of months training and dieting down and when race day came, I was positive that I was ready to own the course…
Our client brings in-depth knowledge of marketing strategy to modern media platforms, then monitors the results to make sure your message is driving desired customer behavior. They study new platforms and make data-driven decisions to address your business needs. This is an Inside Sales Manager role in a high energy and positive start-up environment.
Our client is a leader in web-based risk management solutions. They are focused on selling into financial institutions to automate the identification of risks, threats, and control gaps. This is an opportunity for a driven professional who will thrive in a hunter position in a high volume environment to carve out a unique role in a growing company. This role calls for equal parts lead generation, consultative selling, and growing existing accounts.
Our client is a privately owned organization that specializes in developing backup and archive software for mid to large enterprise organizations. They have over 20 years of experience and have made a significant impact on becoming a recognized leader in the healthcare data management marketplace.
Every year when the holidays roll around, people seem to get caught up in this hectic time of year. People are not only trying to close out their quarter and 2014 year but they are also trying to get ready for 2015, which believe it or not is right around the corner. And on top of that, people are doing their holiday shopping and planning their family visits.
It is critical for companies to develop employees. Your company’s success generally rides on the success of your sales team. Not every sales professional will be an A player and top producer but as managers it is your job to help your team get on track. That being said, it is also up to the sales representatives to decide whether or not they want to be a top producer and that means never settling for average or “good enough.” In sales, career growth is based on a track record of success.
The Fantasy Football playoffs are back and once again, it’s that time of year to second guess your lineups and reconcile about the players who made or broke your season. Fourteen weeks of stress and lucky guesses and now the big moment has arrived. Whether you were ready for it or not, time to forget about the regular season blunders and finish what you started; Either win your league, or do everything in your power to make sure you are not the biggest loser.