salesperson


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a person employed to represent a business and to sell its merchandise (as to customers in a store or to customers who are visited)

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Help the salesperson "own" the solution and determine next steps.
With this insight, the salesperson can greatly improve his odds of closing the sale.
Have the salesperson identify the opposite thought pattern.
Ten minutes after their departure, the salesperson managed to free himself and called the police.
Gregg Nowell was the salesperson in this transaction.
The police corporal, who apprehended the salesperson, found him frightened and crying.
Recent research has discussed that the sales interaction starts at the moment when a salesperson initiates communication with a potential customer (Cicala et al., 2012).
Imagine what your best salesperson could bring in if you were able to give her back the 80 percent to 90 percent of her time that is being taken up with non-sales related issues.
You want to be a salesperson, but you don't want to deal with the big issues that prevent your prospective clients from generating the results they need.
Facilitating conditions will positively influence salesperson satisfaction with POS machines.
The counter salesperson is the one we need to train; the one we need to motivate," Sipp said.
Preserving margin in EMS sales requires a salesperson who can educate prospects on the specific benefits of selecting their company.
This kind of thinking can mean the negotiation is lost before the salesperson has even started to prepare for it.
In some cases, when the customer, existing or prospective, see's a salesperson, they tend to alter their path and possibly walk the other way.