TERRITORY SALES RECRUITMENT FIRM
Territory Sales Recruitment Agency
Territory sales professionals need a high level of experience, proven ability to close new business and be able to travel extensively. These factors make it difficult for companies to hire the right territory sales professional who will grow business and increase revenue in their designated territory. Territory sales representatives are the face of the company in their territory and the wrong person in this position could result in a significant loss of clients in that region. Partnering with a recruitment firm that specializes in sales circumvents these risks; sales recruiters have networks of top sales talent and know exactly what to look for when filling a territory sales management role.
What Sets Us Apart
A territory sales role requires the ability to build and maintain relationships with businesses and individuals. When seeking candidates for a territory sales role, our firm looks for seasoned professionals with a proven track record of success and growth. It’s vital that we provide our clients with territory sales professionals who take pride and ownership of their designated region and have a competitive motivation to bring in business.
How we find the best talent
Success in a territory sales role requires time management skills and being able to communicate with clients, even while traveling. Finding the right candidate to perform this job requires ample time and a thorough vetting process. That’s why businesses turn to Search Solution Group—our firm has the skill set and the knowledge to find the ideal candidate who will be effective day-one.
Top Territory Sales Specialists
Territory Sales Representatives engage in communications with current clients and potential clients. They build ongoing relationships based on communication and trust, and are responsible for adhering to company standards as they meet with business within their designated territory to bring in revenue.
Territory Sales Managers are accountable for developing, promoting, and managing the sales activity within a set territory. They set expectations and often train sales representatives based on the sales strategy and standards of the company.