Have you ever landed that first round interview and never heard back on next steps or even if there was a next step? You thought it went well, but you never got the call back. Why? We have all experienced some sort of rejection and let’s face it, not a great feeling. Sometimes interviews can go wrong. You could make a mistake that can cost you.
We are all in the same boat at this time of year. We still have sand in our shoes, sun screen in our hair, and our faces are sun kissed. The summer is great. We relaxed, we partied, we shared great times with friends and family, and we did NOTHING for our business. Sure, you probably booked some deals and prospected a few good clients but let’s be honest – the summer was SLOW.
Our client is one of the most rapidly growing SaaS based organizations in the market today. Headquartered in MA, they have been named one of the fastest growing private organizations and a top 100 places to work in Massachusetts. They have positioned their organization at the forefront of the insurance industry. Their success is driven by their commitment to help customers with all content related challenges they face. With their innovative technology and experience, they tackle the biggest challenges in this $15+ billion dollar marketplace.
Our client is a digital media company focused on the travel industry. They are a very stable company looking to continue their growth. Our client has offices around the world and is seen as a leader in their field. The Newsletter Sales Manager is an individual contributor role. The role is to develop sales relationships with existing clients in Canada/US as well as hunt for new clients creating a strong pipeline of quality advertisers.
Our client is a dynamic pioneer in the consumer electronics space. They have an international presence and continue to grow market share through the design and development of innovative products to help their clients move forward toward their goals. This is a high level Strategic Account Manager role where you will manage 3 major accounts. You must have working knowledge of internal processes of these accounts. Purchasing process, scheduling and establishing relationships will help the ideal candidate achieve success.
We hear it all the time. Work-life balance is important. Companies are finding that in order to stay competitive and attract top talent, they need to offer an environment that truly values their employees. People are looking to work for companies that offer a strong work-life balance meaning they can work in a place that offers the opportunity to be successful and grow without having to work seven days a week.
Our client has been in business since the mid 1900’s and has become one of the largest corporations in their field. The company is lead by a phenomenal CEO and continues to grow at a rapid rate. This company has a very strong brand throughout New England and their main objective is to deliver outstanding customer service. The Director of Sales will report directly to the President and will define, and execute a sales strategy to develop new business.