Sales Rep Business to Business Development


As one of the fastest growing media companies in the nation and with over 500 sales reps across the country our client is actively expanding and looking to find the right individuals with an entrepreneurial spirit to join their winning team as Business-to-Business (B2B) Sales Reps.
Our client is the leader in community based advertising solutions for small and medium sized businesses. They help businesses connect with a hard to reach and very desirable demographic in a unique way. In fact, over 10,000 businesses across the country currently work with our client.
Qualifications:
1-2 years sales experience is HIGHLY preferred
Refined communication skills and ability to make high level presentations
Success driven individuals
Ability to develop new business accounts by prospecting
Determination to make 20-30 outbound new business calls per day
Dependable, honest, hardworking and enjoys having fun
Benefits
Dynamic company culture, built on trust, respect and humility
Highly competitive compensation plan
Protected territories
Comprehensive training and a PROVEN Sales Process (Over 10 years of success)
A great service and management team to support you
Advancement and Leadership Opportunities.
The compensation program is transparent and provides ongoing income growth with earnings varying based on effectiveness. The average sales representative earns between $71k - $96k and top performers earn in excess of $200k annually. Although there is a tremendous amount of upside to this opportunity including freedom and flexibility, this position is not for everyone, as it does require commitment and diligence but the lifestyle it affords is worth the sacrifice for many. For more information, apply today.

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