I had a quick look around today but everything seemed so expensive. I'm on a budget but need some smart work clothes for a new Sales Consultant job I just got. So any suggestions of where to get the cheapest/best value clothes in Sydney (CBD) that would be brilliant! Thanks.
Hi I am a sales consultant for at&t, and i and trying to figure out what are somethings that customers are thinking when they see one of us( generally thinking for all types of sales consultants). What are somethings you hope to expect in your experience? generosity?truthfulness? welcomness?loyalty? I need to know these things. share some stories and let me know i would really appreciate it. Thanks!
Is it to do with marketing for a specific company? Is it commission based, involving attracting customers and getting based on the number of people you convince to sign up? I ask this because I company is interested in giving me a job as a sales consultant and I don't want a commission based job like I had a while ago, I didn't enjoy it.
Hi, does anyone know what the basic wage is for a sales consultant at phones 4 u? I am thinking of applying for a job there but need to know what 'basic wage' is. Thanks.
I'm in banking, i only make like 38k a year if i'm lucky. I'm thinking about getting into new home sales. I was wondering about how much does a new home sales consultant who works for a homebuilder and sits in a model home make? I would like some accurate numbers, preferrably from people who have worked in this line of work. Also, any details would be great!
I applied online Monday, attended a 'hiring event' and was offered a job as a sales consultant for ATT full-time It pays $13/hour plus commission.
I'm 20 and it seems a bit too good to be true. I feel I could be an excellent sales person, but I read that you must meet a certain sales quota. Is this easy to do or could I easily be fired?
Does anyone work at AT&T?
I'm just concerned because it seems like I was hired too fast and the interview was held at an ATT nice corp office.
Could someone please tell me what the catch is to this?
I am applying for a job as a sales consultant for Verizon Wireless. I do not know how much I should ask for. I know it won't be guaranteed but I don't want to sound like a moron and ask for a ridiculous amount. What is a good amount to ask for when I'm applying for a full time position?
I am exploring the possibility of returning to school for a graduate degree, obtaining a MCSE certification, law school, art school, working a second job or starting a small side business, etc...
I am unsure of the value that going back to a formal school would have in my case. I am currently happily employed as a Sales Consultant in a seasonal business which is also tied into the traditional school year, meaning I am working when normal school is in session. I have the potential to make money at my current position. However I wish to improve my life financially and professionally, thus taking advantage of the free time I get during the slow times of year.
So i'm about to start work for Telstra in a call centre as an inbound sales consultant.
Whats the pay rate?
How hard is your job?
Anything you can tell me about this job would be appreciated.
I applied online Monday, attended a 'hiring event' and was offered a job as a sales consultant for ATT/Cingular. It pays $12/hour plus commission.
I'm 18 and starting college, and it seems a bit too good to be true. I want to major in business and feel I could be an excellent sales person, but I read that you must meet a certain sales quota. Is this easy to do or could I easily be fired?
I also received a call from Verizon today, wanting to set up an interview.
Does anyone work at either of these stores?
I'm just concerned because it seems like I was hired too fast and the interview was held at an ATT hiring event in a conference room at a nice hotel. There were quite a few people and I'm just wondering why they are hiring so many people.
Could someone please tell me what the catch is to this?
I'm looking to help my husband with expenses by getting a part-time consultant job such as Mary Kay or Avon. What other options are there? I already have a couple friends who are do Mary Kay and don't want to take away from their sales. Thanks
I have not graduated high school yet, but I was wondering what is required for jobs at either Verizon or At&t, like I want to be the person that helps people pick out phones, and such. Sales consultant I think. And I just need a little help figuring out if its even reachable for me. xxxxx thanks.
I have a job interview for a job as a sales consultant in carphone warehouse. As part of the interview they want me to bring an item to try and sell to them - I was planning to use an old 3rd gen ipod nano. My question is how do I successfully sell it and what key ideas/skills do I need to use? Or maybe there is a better item I could try to sell?
I really wish I could find a reliable vehicle for a decent price. I need to find something that I can get for almost nothing down and monthly payments of three hundred dollars or less. That seems almost impossible because all of my internet searches keep coming up with minimal results. I’ve even talked to a few “Sales Consultants” over the phone from different “Bad Credit, No Credit, No problem” places. I’ve gotten a few “Let me talk to our finance department and see if we can get you into a vehicle. I’ll call you right back with an answer.” I haven’t received any responses back yet. It is very frustrating, being between a rock and a hard place. I need a reliable vehicle if I want to keep my job due to my constant traveling for work purposes. I need a vehicle to make money, but the problem is that first I need money to get a vehicle. I know once we get into a vehicle, that monthly payments of three hundred dollars (max) would be no problem; the problem is to ACTUALLY find a vehicle that will suit our needs at the moment. I am very discouraged and frankly, afraid of loosing my job if my husband and I don’t find a good vehicle soon.
Advise and/or personal experiences would be great.
If your wondering why I don't physically go look at car dealerships, its because we have ONE dealership here where I live.They are WAY over priced and thier vehicals break faster then a freshly sharpened penciel point.
Is this a viable sales job? I've been in IT sales, but am apprehensive about this as it is very target driven, commision based and may be very tough in SA's job market. Can anyone in the biz give me some advice?
I have both positions available in my area and was wondering if anyone knew the difference between being a "full-time sales support representative" and a "retail sales consultant." Are both sales positions? Are both base+commission?
I start a job in a week as an auto sales consultant and have no previous experience in the industry, although i do have a college education. I am looking for tips to having a successful auto sales career. Thanks
I have a job interview for a sales consultant position at a dealership and I'd like to find out more about their sales to see approximately how stable the company is. Do I need to directly ask during my interview or can I pull up information online? Thanks
I am looking to become a direct sales consultant to earn some extra money. I am looking for one that doesn't have a large start up cost and will have good income potential. I have never done direct sales and am just looking for some ideas and suggestions.
Im 16 and still at school, i need some money and am looking for a job, a lot of the jobs are sales consultants. can u be a sales consultant at sixteen whilst still at school. the jobs are all part time.