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Sales Development Rep

Industry:
Hi Tech - Software
Reference:
-8700219
Location:
Northern Virginia
Job Summary:
Stable software startup is looking for a sales development rep to join their team to sell their industry disrupting technology!…

Outside Sales Manager

Industry:
Management - Consumer Products
Reference:
-195733
Location:
Philadelphia
Job Summary:
Incredibly stable and expanding consumer company is looking for an Outside Sales Manager to manage a team of reps as…

Business Development Rep

Industry:
Services - Business Service
Reference:
4194299
Location:
Northern Virginia
Job Summary:
Rapidly growing consulting firm is looking to add a new Business Development Rep to the team (due to expansion). Must…

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With more than 35 years of proven sales recruiting and staffing experience, The Porter Group has become the leader in business-to-business sales and sales management recruiting and staffing.  We have filled thousands of sales and management jobs for Fortune 500 corporations, as well as small to medium sized companies.

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  • Founded in 1977
  • 18,000+ sales professionals placed
  • 100+ candidates interviewed per week
  • 80% referral rate
  • 16 Sales Recruiters have been with company for almost 9 years on average (unheard of in the industry)

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Why You Should Think Twice Before Saying 'Thank You' in a Business Email

January 9th, 2020

By Ken Sterling Be specific about what you’re thankful for. We thank people all the time. We thank them in person, on the phone, and in emails. It’s a social custom. Good graces. Parents and school teachers tell their children all the time: “Mind your P’s and Q’s. Remember to say ‘Thank you.’” Plus, experts explain […]

4 Proven Sales Techniques for Introverts

October 2nd, 2019

By: Levi King Raise your hand if you’re not a natural salesperson. You’re introverted. You’re deferential. Chatting with strangers is definitely not your favorite cup of tea; the idea of your livelihood hanging in the balance turns tea to mud in your mouth. I was once in your shoes. I grew my first business by cold calling prospective clients […]

4 Soft Skills CEOs Look for When Hiring the Best People

September 25th, 2019

By Marcel Schwantes With content more readily available than ever before and the race toward AI gaining speed, hard skills such as “proficient in Microsoft Excel” and “bilingual” are taking a back seat to social and people skills — or “soft skills.” Tom Peters, legendary management thinker notes in his latest book, The Excellence Dividend, that “hard is soft. Soft is hard.” […]