Of all the different sales jobs, sales reps seem to always get the short end of the stick. In addition to a bad rap, research now
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Sales and Marketing – ask any organization and they’ll tell you that this is the toughest department to maintain. First off, selling anything is never easy. If it were, everyone would be in business. It’s still perplexing how so many non sales people think sales is a game of luck where reps rake in oodles of undeserved cash. But ask those people to put half their earnings on the line and go into sales. Needless to say, not many will take you up on that balsy offer. For those of us in the know, selling is outright hard. It takes
Einstein’s Theory of Relativity tells us time is but a stubborn illusion. Sure doesn’t feel like it when you’re looking at what seems like a 18 hour work day. We’ve compiled a few tips to help time go by faster and boost your sales productivity.
Sales is a lucrative career choice that comes with many benefits. There’s exceptional earning potential, a certain amount of work flexibility and the ability to shape shift your own career. It can also be very fulfilling, but only if you choose the right sales jobs. What most people don’t realize is that sales is a massive field with different opportunities. The truth is, not all sales jobs are created equal. The role of a sales director will look very different from that of an average sales rep. Different in terms of responsibilities, day to day tasks and of course, incomes.
As soon as the nation’s leading expert on infectious diseases advocated for a permanent end to hand shaking, you could almost hear the groans of reps and executives worldwide. Veloxy shows you how to build demand and close deals remotely.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C0sKghcJPNc As the economy reels due to the current global situation, more and more salespeople are finding themselves in uncharted waters. If you worked through the 2008 crisis and the following recession, then you remember what it means to try selling during difficult times. For those who didn’t, the lessons are coming in quick and rough. Sure, we all know that there’s a difference in sales during boom times and during challenging times. However, that’s not to say that some industries aren’t thriving even in the midst of a global pandemic. Whether your business is taking hits or not, it’s
As the world recovers from the current health crisis, there’s another silent threat slowly circling around. Since many of us started working from home earlier this year, the number of cyber security threats have surged. Experts had already predicted that hackers would capitalize on the weaknesses unveiled by the borderline overnight transition to working from home. On top of that, our sales culture is slowly diminishing. Each and every sales person is adapting to these new circumstances. In addition to balancing personal issues, people are trying to get back to the selling groove. And all this without the same resources
Seeing individuals become victims of racial profiling, acts of violence and police brutality is enough to make anyone feel helpless, especially if you live elsewhere. Veloxy says enough is enough, Black Lives Matter.
Pandemic or not, companies that ‘do good’ also seem to do well businesswise. According to research, companies that drive positive change on issues that the public cares about have continued to outperform the market even through the COVID-19 crisis. The same research also maintains a corporate response tracker for how the hundred largest employers in the US treat their employees, customers and local communities throughout this pandemic. Are they empathetic, or is it business as usual? Experts believe that the new COVID-19 marks a universal turning point where companies need to prioritize the needs of the stakeholders over those of