I am Sandeep, i have done MBA in Marketing this year.Mean while I appeared for the bank exam for the post of CLERK in SBI and subsequently passed it. I am also offered a job of Sales Manager in AVIVA Life Insurance ( CTC 3.6 Lac ). Now I am confused which job to opt. Please guide me for the same.
The marketing manager isn't doing the selling alone- with him is a sales rep and a sales manager and the 3 of us share of goal that this industrial machinery company (the people who would show include the buyer, jr engineer and production manager) will buy our software. So what does marketing manager do specifically in this kind of situation?
Thanks a million!
My brother has been a sales manager for a large retail chain, selling electronics and large appliances for 4 years. Prior to that he was a sales manager for Circuit City for 3 years. He has decided he is DONE with retail. He is looking for a job with better hours. He does not have a college degree and cannot get one with his current scedule, but is willing to go back to school if he can get his hours down to around 40 with consistant days off. He's very smart and has done a great job for his employer, the only problem is the hours.
What kind of jobs are available for someone with lots of experience with technology, sales and management but with no degree to back it up. The pay has to be atleast 40K and that would be taking a 10 to 15K pay cut for him.]
Can anyone make any suggestions for a career move?
You obviosly didn't understand the question. I know what's next if he stays with his current employer, but he wants out of retail!
My boss wants to know 5 job descriptions of an IT Channel Manager. So far i have only seen Marketing and Sales Channel Manager, not IT specifically. Does such a job title even exist?
I have been working as a Sales Manager for over 4 years in an audio product factory mainly dealing with overseas customers.
I would like to know if it is possible to get a job as Product Manager in a sourcing office?
I have a degree in Liberal arts and had nothing to do with marketing or engineering. Can anyone give me some advices or let me know if you have similar experience?
Im working in life insurance marketing as a sales manager. is it possible for me to shift my profession on other line except insurance field ? if yes, what are the possible lines that arev available and suitable to me ?
You don't have to answer all of them.
What are the subject requirements for being a sales manager? (That I can choose in high school?)
Duration of study to be a sales manager?
What does a sales manager do?
Where can employment be found?
What other job does this training qualify you for?
As customer relationship managers in the field, salespeople should do all of the following except?
A) Concentrate on achieving their assigned quotas because marketing cost analyses and profitability are their sales manager's jobs.
B) Develop partnerships with customers to help them achieve competitive advantages and increased profitability
C) Remain alert to unsatisfied or unrecognized customer needs.
D) Help their sales managers estimate future sales and set quotas in their territories
Salespeople are becoming micro-marketing managers for all of the following except:
A) The changing marketing environment requires salespeople to monitor this environment and design strategies that will overcome competition and satisfy customer needs better.
B)Today's prospects and customers are demanding a high level of services from salespeople.
C) Sales managers need their salespeople to assist them in establishing sales forecasts and sales quotas.
D) Management attention is emphasizing sales over profitability, and generating sales is what salespeople are expected to do.
A) Can be done only by using huge monitors in large rooms of people at different locations.
B) Enables sales meetings, training, and customer interaction to be accomplished by widely dispersed salespeople (and their managers) without leaving their individual virtual offices.
C) Increases the costs of holding sales meetings
D) Decrease travel costs but increase the overall costs of account management
From an ethical standpoint, what is the most important question to ask in making a business decision?
A) Will this decision maximize the company's sales and profits and minimize costs?
B) How will this decision be perceived by coworkers, immediate boss, and top management?
C) Will this decision maximize benefits, reduce harm, respect rights, and treat all parties fairly?
D) How will this decision affect my reputation within the company and my chances for future promotion?
Which of the following statements about ethics is true?
A) People are ethical simply by staying within the law
B) Salespeople who are dishonest, unprincipled, untrustworthy, unfair, and uncaring are engaging in unethical and illegal behavior.
C) Businesspeople are likely to have two sets of ethical standards-one that they use in their personal life and one that they employ in the office.
D) Ethical behavior and legal behavior are the same
Just out of interest what academic qualifications i.e. GCSEs, A-Levels, Btecs, Degrees, etc. would I need to enable me to become a regional sales manager in a major retail outlet, or maybe just a sales manager. Really interested please let me know, because this is the career path I would love to go down. I love people, loving talking, however I'm still in my final year of gcse study and was thinking to go through with sales when I leave college??
I am the Marketing Manager of a small franchise. The job position open is for door-to-door marketing, and requires a lot of communication with customers and potential clients regarding the services we offer. Over 99?f our customers speak English, thus our business is based in the English language. I am hiring a team of people, but have many people applying who I do not feel can competently do the job based on their knowledge of the language - they are ESL students at the university and are not fluent in English. Is it wrong for me to not hire these people based on the fact that they are not fluent in English?
I am a marketing/sales major in school right now. What is the best job to look for when I graduate?
I'm doing a little research on what builders are currently paying community sales managers. I found that Ryan Homes pays 20K salary plus 1?f sales. Prospect pays 2?hen no other agent is involved or 1.5?hen working with a buyers agent. Does anyone know about other builders- small and big? Also, wanted to find out specifically about Centex Homes.
During a positive interview, I mentioned that I have another interview (lie) for a similar perm Sales job paying £10k more.
The company will get in touch after my other interview on Thursday to get some feedback. They need to discuss my interview this wk first.
No offer has been made, I did not discuss the salary.
I am the only candidate (found the company) and they need someone to replace a Sales person who left last Friday.
What should I say during their next call to get the job at my ideal salary (salary on the market?
Should I speak to the recruiting Directors instead of the Sales Manager to negotiate the salary?
I want this job.
I'm a marketing manager who has I have been doing a great job of managing all of my responsibilities in the work day, but would love tips on staying organized.
Quick view of my role: Meetings all day, management of various teams for respective projects, launch of marketing/sales tool and the onboarding training, spearheading my team's marketing planning efforts for the upcoming fiscal year.
I want to get my first assistant manager job at Radio Shack. I have worked at a Super Target for a year. They trained me in 13 different positions including everywhere from backroom, flow team, instocks, hairlines, softlines, market, signing, presentation, cashier, cart attendant (to clean up chemical spills), guest services, and also electronics. I know the bases of sale and I am very good at taking on a lot at one time. I know in a position like that I would definitely make more than I do now... but I just wanted to know if I would even be considered.. please help?
Telemarketing is a job that's looked down upon...face it there aren't really any people that enjoy getting called by some random person to buy a product or service
it's a crap job for sure because they are always hiring and it is a easy job to get.....but how come in marketing, sales and promotions I heard that if you work in a radio station or concert venue...you have to do cold calling
then how these jobs are competitive? i know many people would want that job....
Do I have to be a sales manager first and have experience? Also what degree would I need to take.
I joined this company (sales and marketing department in a electronics factory) as Sales and Marketing department manager. Since this is my first job to be a department manager and I didn't study business management (I was major in liberal arts), I worked very hard. However, I don't know how I can make my staff respect me from their hearts and work their best in their job so that the whole department can show obvious improvement. Today, 2 staff had big argument in front of me and I yelled at both of them to stop arguing in public and if they want to argue, please go to a conference room. I think I made a bad judgement by yelling at them like that. Also, Do you think they do not respect me? Please help!
I've done a little research and I've found out that when it comes to publishing marketing, sales and production are the divisions that intrest me most but what is the employment ladder like in publishing and how do you enter into it?
I'm graduating with a Bachelor's and have been searching for titles such as Marketing Coordinator and Account Manager. I'm looking for titles that would fall more into marketing than sales.