Sales Representatives (also known as a sales rep or sales agent) represent an organisation’s products and services — building relationships with prospects and customers, and arranging sales and deliveries. They are usually allocated a customer group based on geographic location or annual spend history.
As a Sales Representative you might be visiting a customer at their venue or office, developing a promotion with the marketing team, following up an order that was delivered incorrectly, or researching sales opportunities in your region. You’ll need strong interpersonal skills and advanced knowledge of sales and marketing strategy.
There are 5 courses available for people who want to become a Sales Representative.