Sales Manager : Samsung Telecommunications America

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Job Summary and Mission
This retail sales and merchandising position contributes to 20/20 Companies success by translating our clients products from ideas into a reality immediately following their releases. We partner with Fortune manufacturing companies in the technology and telecommunications fields to ensure their products are the ones that end up in customers shopping bags on the way out of major retailers. Our team members will visit retail stores to launch industry-changing devices, train and demonstrate unique features of products to the retail store staff, and create brand awareness by interacting with prospective customers. Get ready; youre going to be in the center of the action as the latest and greatest tech toys hit the market.
Summary of Key Responsibilities
Maintain a high-working knowledge of client-specific products
Educate and engage store associates on featured products, ensuring they are well-versed and effective at communicating key advantages of newly launched products
Engage potential customers by sharing key features and responding to their questions
Ensure all availability and visibility standards are met per retail location
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Be passionate about technology and well-versed in its ever changing impact
Maintain a positive attitude and be very socially focused
Be approachable, caring, confident and engaging while using a persuasive communication style
Self-starter and competent at working independently
Previous retail, customer service, sales, or demonstration experience is a plus
Have reliable transportation and willing to commute to work within a predefined territory
Access to the Internet to regularly perform job responsibilities
Whats it like to work at 20/20 Companies?
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Youll be inspired.
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Steve Peters, President
20/20 Companies

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