2016 Graduates that are interested in business growth and want a integral role in helping transform businesses could do worse than consider a career in Inbound Sales.
Sales is being transformed. It is not longer about a pushy hard sell, it's about helping buyers find the help they need.
Marketing has been transformed over the past several years. We wrote an article in December about how sales people needed to do Inbound Sales or risk getting fired and it has gone viral. It is our most shared article ever written.
Businesses know that the way in which they sell has to match how people want to buy. Many people have so many negative connotations with sales people and it is a career that graduates are not typically drawn to, but has Inbound changed Sales into a respectable career?
We are recruiting sales people to work with us on Inbound Sales. Find out more about our culture and opportunities for you, here.
Stop for a moment and consider these two questions: 1. How important is generating a higher volume of quality leads to achieving your growth objectives? 2. How much time and money are you already investing to make that happen? If you're like most growth companies that we've worked with the answer to both questions is, "A lot!" Make no mistake, the sales development playbook takes significant time and energy to build. With so much already invested, building the bridge to cross the chasm from 'qualified lead' to 'sales-ready lead' is the key to unlocking the latent value of those investments and creating the path to predictable, sustainable and scalable growth.