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National event company is seeking a Sales Representative to sell corporate parties, events and other functions in the Northern VA…

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Leading provider of total interior solutions is looking to fill a commercial sales position in the Baltimore Metro market. This…

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Growing luxury Consumer Product is looking for an Sales Executive to handle a wide market in the U.S and in…

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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.

Key Factors

  • 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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5 Ways to Close Your Next Big Sale

May 17th, 2018

By Ilya Pozin –  Whether it’s true or not, salespeople have a reputation for always focusing on closing the next deal. Buyers know this, and it’s the reason why only about 3 percent of them actually trust sales representatives. Only politicians and lobbyists have it worse. That doesn’t mean customers avoid sales reps entirely — they simply believe that the reps […]

Sales Enablement Defined

May 9th, 2018

By Bob Junke –  Recently, I had the honor of being asked by the Sales Enablement Society (SES) to offer my definition of sales enablement as an alternative to the one the SES Definition Working Group came up with. My definition follows, along with the reasons for it and application of it. I hope you […]

5 Highly Effective Ways to Respond to Pricing Questions

May 2nd, 2018

By Deb Calvert –  You’re meeting with the buyer for the first time when they hit you with the dreaded price question. There are five potential responses. First, you could dodge the topic. Many sales training programs advise sellers to never, ever, ever give a price until value has been established. This school of thought says […]