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Advice for sales candidates

Working in B2B or B2C? How to become a good salesperson? How to make a godd impression in two minutes?   What are sales job figure? ..

Differences between B2B and B2C

Each company has its own way of approaching consumers and communicating with them. It depends on the product to be sold, type of company, price, company policy, but especially on the type of customer. The first thing to determine is whether the sale is to a end consumer or to a business. The former involves B2C, while the latter is B2B.

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How to become a good salesperson

How does one define good salespeople? They are people who succeed not only in convincing their customers to buy, but also to do so from their company, at their prices and on their terms. And it’s far from being an innate talent. Here are a few tips to help you polish your sales skills.

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Training directory

A minimum of a high school diploma is usually required for business and sales jobs. If you are targeting a job with greater responsibility, a college or university degree in business administration or a related field, with a specialization in sales or marketing, is advisable.

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A few sales job figures

The unemployment rate is about 3% in the sales and marketing sector, globally less than the national average of 5%. It is slightly more than that for retail sales, however, which stands at about 6%.

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Making a good impression in two minutes

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