After three years of economic pain, a growing number of economists think 2011 will finally bring what everyone's been hoping for: More jobs and a self-sustaining recovery. "We're looking at some leading indicators on employment, and they're all flashing green lights," said Bernard Baumohl of the Economic Outlook Group, a Princeton, N.J. research firm. Though most economists still expect a painfully high unemployment rate of about 9% at the end of this year, some think that stat masks more important signs of strength.
Our client is a quickly expanding technology company that has experiencing exponential growth in the last year. They are based outside Boston, building a US presence and looking to grow their sales force aggressively in the next year.Inside sales opportunity responsible for prospecting and selling to the direct end user. You will be responsible for achieving sales targets. You must feel comfortable in a start up environment and feel comfortable with a small team.
Any company can grow in 2011. Will you? If you choose to keep doing what you've always done - well you shouldn't plan on improved performance. On the other hand, embracing market shifts and creating an adaptive organization that identifies and launches innovation could well make you into a big winner. Next holiday season when you look at performance results for 2011 they will have more to do with management's decisions about how to manage than any other factor. Any company can grow, if it does the right things.
Our client is a rapidly growing technology company that is aggressively cornering an exiting emerging market. This is a cutting edge, privately held company that is about to explode.This is an inside sales position that requires tenacity, energy and a hunter mentality. You will be calling on VP's of Marketing & Sales to uncover a need. You must be able to think on your feet and rely upon your sales ability to identify and close prospective clientele.
Picture this: You spend hours the night before your interview preparing. You review the typical interview questions and rehearse the answers over & over reciting them out loud until it sounds like poetry, flowing lyrics to your ears, answering questions without hesitation. "That's it. I'm done. I am going to ace this interview." You grab your calculator for the last time figuring your starting weekly paycheck. With a sigh, it's lights out.
This privately held organization is a rapidly growing company that is building their sales team. They sell to an industry that is projected to be $3 billion and their solutions are delivered via the web as well as through any mobile device. This opportunity is calling for a successful senior sales representative who understands a consultative sell. Most of the deals will be closed over the phone with minimal travel. This is a hunter position looking for someone who has experience working for small companies, who is creative and strategic.
Sales Professionals looking to reach new altitudes (either by reaching their annual revenue target or by taking the next step in their career or both) can relate to the Coach's message. December, our fourth quarter, is not the time for complacency, or to lose focus, or to slow down to enjoy the glow of the score board. December is the time to drive for the very best and highest altitude possible. It's not about the score, and it's not about the external measures of progress; it's about the inner consonance enjoyed by the best of the best who know they converted all they could and achieved everything possible. The best Sales athletes will carry these winning behaviors and habits into 2011 ready for the next challenge and the next win.