• Evolution Of The Sales Entrepreneur

    Evolution Of The Sales Entrepreneur

    After over 3 decades of continued growth, our business has learned to do a lot of things really well. No matter which new division we open, or into what country our operations take us, our two top priorities have always been the same: Innovative sales solutions and creating entrepreneurial opportunities.  The combination of customized programs based on client needs and goals, our knowledge of the industry and consumer practices, and an independent sales network comprised of entrepreneurial minded individuals has proved successful time and time again.

    Whether promoting a cool portable speaker, a professional sports team package or a great deal on telecommunications, Smart Circle is able to deliver, because we have always realized that when it comes down to it, sales aren’t just about the product. They’re about building face-to-face relationships. They’re about being motivated to achieve so that you can remain steadfast in achieving goals.  Gone are the days of sales based exclusively on a quick elevator pitch, and packing up after a day of less than desirable results. Today it’s about product knowledge so deep that sales reps become brand ambassadors while integrating so well into retail locations, they’re providing a superior membership experience as an extension of what they do. It’s about being motivated to do your best so much that your passion shines through.  Add potential customers to the mix, and conversations flow.

    In the article Trends That Will Shape How You Sell in 2015 from mediasalestoday.com they put it this way:

    “Salespeople’s roles will continue to evolve.” That’s right—consumer preference will continue to mold how salespeople sell. Pressure-based pitches are out as more consumers seek a consultative approach from a salesperson. “Top companies will invest prudently in teaching [salespeople] how to identify and cultivate opportunities that are a great fit for your business – not old-school selling tactics,” Ian Altman, from GrowMyRevenue.com writes.

    “I predict there is going to be a resurgence in small business formation as Americans get back to their entrepreneurial spirit. Millennials, in particular, are going to embrace owning their own business as they realize the freedom it offers and reject the more stringent corporate world [to] create their own wealth.” –Cody Gunn, president, Gunn Capital Management

    And as we push further into this century, opportunities and an entrepreneurial spirit are what are going to take the face-to-face marketing and sales industries forward, and for that, we are ready.

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