In summer of 2016, I was a sales team leader of six members for a company called AroundCampus Group, which is partnered with universities all across America. I demonstrated strong attention to detail by making sure my teammates had all their sales equipment on a daily basis. In addition, I would constantly update and assess our weekly sales goal. Submitting sales contracts both electronically and physically required me to input confidential client information into the company’s database; as well as, being attaint that I record each sale to the correct sale’s associate identification number. Since I am a devoted listener to this channel, I am already aware of their target market and segments. My strong attention to detail adds value to K-LOVE
Click here to unlock this and over one million essaysGet Access
Team selling, according to our textbook, is a type of selling in which employees with varying area of expertise within a firm work together to sell the same accounts. Proctor and Gamble is successful utilizing their customer business development (CBD) because it fits perfectly with the variety of their product lines and the relationship that is required with their customers. Because their organization is so large, it is an advantage to break down their organizational structure based on the customer. For example, Wal-Mart is a huge store that carries thousands of P&G products. Maintaining a relationship with Wal-Mart is necessary for success. Another major benefit is that each CBD is the collaboration and ability to “share
On Oct +++ I visited the Roanoke division of Phoenix Advertising to investigate existing problems in the division. At which time I met with Jim Fuller CEO of Roanoke. Jim stated that the division is experiencing some growth issues and welcomes my assistance in bringing back employee moral and company profits. Jim had previously sent me the Financials and employee surveys I had requested from him. He had also initiated an employee comment box that he supplied me with upon arrival.
The group I will tell you about is an early hunter-gatherer group that migrated to North America from Eurasia and ended up near the site of Blackwater Draw in New Mexico approximately 11,000 years ago. They used a tool technology called the Clovis industry. I will bring you into light of how they arrived at their main site or base camp. How they lived there, who they lived with, what they hunted and how they hunted it, also what their social networks were like.
As a product Manager at The Citizen Sun, a daily newspaper company founded in 1913, I was tasked with creating an idea that would drive revenue growth, readership and traffic for the company. The company was experiencing an 11% decline in sales for the last three years and was seeking a big change or feature that could be implemented in the next 12 weeks. There were many factors to be considered in creating this initiative, including existing competition, current market trends that projected a 4% decline in annual sales, consumer’s newspaper consumption formats of paper vs. Digital and limitations in company resources. I was allowed $50,000 to develop an initiative that would be cost effective and would meet the time constraint. Upon trying
I facilitated in the middle face in the 3rd-week of the group sessions the group members are from different cultures and ethnic, the number member in my group are 8 people including me, there are 6 women and two men, the name of the group are Ivonne Carrillo, Javier Gomez, (was missing the day) Yadira Lara, Sandra Sanchez, Janneth Quevedo, Vanessa Rios, Terence Sinabajije, and me, Rocio Mendoza. The date when I lead the group was November 7, 2016, and I made a facilitator plan for 40 minutes. The plan for the day that I facilitated was focused on the topic that we choose in the preliminary phase which was culture gender and values. The theme that I choose to talk about in my session was about Gender Stereotype discussion. At the beginning part of the group for the first 10 minutes, I started by introducing myself and explaining confidentiality, then I use the Sessional Turning In skill. According to Shulman (2015) explain that “The leader attempts to develop anticipatory sensitivity before each meeting, to themes that could emerge during the session.” (p. 487). First of all I talk about confidentiality than I started doing a review of the previous session, in which Yadira was the facilitator and she talked about gender role and traditions.
Hunter-gatherer groups were the incredibly common until people began farming, but why did some groups begin farming earlier than others? Also, why did some groups never become sedentary and adopt farming? How did farming evolve the way it did, and where it did?
Today we generated over $1,500 in R2 sales. When the traffic was slow we focused on set integrity and prduct knowledge. Following our PK sessions we reinforced the knowledge through role play sessions. While I was the customer, Alex had to qualify me while converting me over to a TTI solution. I also
Okay , my brother ,find an administrator that goes into KeHE weekly and can make presentations ( if needed ) in person? I think this value speaks for it's self :). If you have someone in mind lets interview them FAST lol ...... I don't want to drive to Chicago any more than you want to ,but KeHE saves us with every brand and the relationship Darryl and I have with them holds lines past 6 months . Otherwise it would be a real rocky 6 months,let alone 12-18 months...I except the value of Mike’s services ( completely) if I’d see the results monthly. Again , we could hold lines and make everyones job easier if we had UNFI/DPI/ headquarter brokers as well as brokers that sold to retail . The only guys I see doing much are the fellas I stay
With increasing social media pressures, Susannah Winslow, the general manager of Downcity Motors, is considering terminating a star salesman, James Kenton, for his inappropriate Facebook posts about the company. Winslow’s family business, Downcity Motors, owns a few luxurious car dealerships, including BMW, Range Rover, and Mercedes-Benz. Due to Downcity’s upscale clientele, Kenton felt that a recent launch for Downcity’s Mercedes-Benz dealership was lacking the marketing edge needed to communicate the value of its products to such affluent customers (Lopiano and Watson 3). During said launch, Downcity offered its clients free soda on a plastic tablecloth, which was an unacceptable marketing strategy to Kenton (Lopiano and Watson 4). As a result, Kenton shared his frustrations with his employer on Facebook. However, this was not the first time that Kenton wrote negative posts about his company. Overall, Winslow is unsure of how to handle
Kyle Roberts, the newly appointed Vice President of Marketing at Westco, returns from a vacation to find numerous emails in his inbox. However, two specifically stick out to him. These emails from Oscar Herandez, the Advertising Channels Manager, and Susan Thompson, the Marketing Analyst for the Public Sector, involve conflict with their supervisor John Tucker. The perspectives and assumptions of the individuals and John as well as different organizational factors contribute to the situation. Kyle will have to decipher each of these and then decide how he will address the situations at hand. Westco will have to take initiatives to prevent such situations in the future.
The lack of sufficient information presented to the audience is another reason behind their unsuccessful pitch. The CEO of Wizof.Biz stated that they are going to hire “advisors who are well known or well qualified” (Armitage, 2013), however, they could not provide the reason behind this. This exposed the error in reasoning known as the logical fallacy, where presenters deliver unwarranted belief as fact. Moreover, the use of euphemism such as “commercialization mode” to describe their business status further undermine their ethos (Armitage, 2013). Euphemisms conceal the true meaning and mislead the reader (Holder, 2008), thus making it sound deceitful. However, when looking from another perspective, there are certain things that are worth
In response to a loss of clientele to competitor firms, Ken Winston (C&B’s Boston Sales Office Director) assembled the five most successful salespeople into a Key Accounts Team (KAT). Having previously enjoyed the autonomy of selling a diverse array of products to their own clients, these five ‘Generalists’ would now ‘Specialize’ only in one specific
In Kotter’s eight steps guide to transform an organization (Kotter, 2007), the first step is to establish a sense of urgency by examining current market and competitors to realize major opportunities. Evaluating the proactive actions she took since day one, Westerly strived tirelessly to accomplish this first step. Westerly was determined to implement a marginal but radical change in sale calls’ pattern and FCs’ time allocation. To support the new customer redeployment strategy, she used data and historical experiences, particularly those that Kauflauf achieved with Dart, a major world supplier of computer supplies and equipment. Although Kauflauf prides itself on superior relationship management thanks to the focus on small and medium size
Owner 1; Zachary Houghton is part owner of Kovál and manager or sales and advertising. Some of his duties include; overseeing all sales, setting long range sales goals and schedules, and leading company-wide business meetings. Weekly sales reports are given to Zachary showing total sales, revenue, and losses, with this data, he can make educated decisions and decide the direction that the company will take as it pertains to sales. Long range, one to five year, sales goals and schedules must be set so that lower management has an idea of how to handle volume and traffic, also this information is needed for other departments, such as