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Entry Level- Business Sales & Marketing Representative

If you are looking to begin your first career in sales and marketing or transition from another industry into the sales and marketing field, our entry level Account Representative position is the perfect fit.
All of our sales and marketing representatives receive full training in their new position. This training includes but is not limited to; in-house classroom-style training, hands-on field training and continued support and coaching from peers and management throughout their career.
Our huge success in 2014 put us on track for unprecedented growth in 2015! With several new locations scheduled to open this year, we are looking to grow our business and build our core around dedicated individuals that are looking to grow both professionally and personally.
Sales & Marketing Representative Responsibilities:
Learn and understand the basics of our business from the entry level - Full training Provided
Learn and understand client product knowledge - Full training Provided
Be able to meet or exceed our entry level sales requirements
Be able to complete marketing presentations
Management training - develop coaching skills and learn managerial responsibilities
Gain an understanding of business finances
Be able to train and recruit new candidates
WWP, Inc. Offers:
Comprehensive Sales Training
Direct Marketing Training
Leadership Development
Business Management
Financial Management
Target Market Research
Build and Protect Brand Management
JOB REQUIREMENTS
Ideal candidates are:
Individuals from service industries (food service or hospitality) looking for career growth
Individuals with a sports or military background
Individuals looking for performance based growth instead of seniority
Graduates with a B.S. in Business Management, Marketing, or Communications
All college degrees & experience is accepted, however the following is a plus:
Sales
Marketing
Business
Advertising
Management
Communications
Business Administration
Sports Marketing


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