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salesperson

See sales associate.

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Melanie Williams joins the New Rochelle office as a real estate salesperson.
Prosecutors said the defendant sedated the salesperson before he stole his Dh2,100 cash, Dh50,000 worth of cheques and his mobile phone.
The counter salesperson is the one we need to train; the one we need to motivate," Sipp said.
Industry-wide, 15 percent of customers indicate they worked with both a salesperson and a separate product specialist when shopping for their vehicle.
A salesperson should always have more than one significant opportunity in the pipeline.
Hiring people based on experience isn't a shortcut to hiring well, because experience isn't the trump factor for what makes a good salesperson.
Since there is a positive relationship between firm-level market orientation and salesperson customer orientation (Siguaw et al.
3 If the salesperson told you that you would pay less if you switched to a new supplier but you actually ended up paying more.
Except that customers are easily displaced with that approach, and there is a constant effort to cut price (eventually someone may even figure out that the cost of the salesperson is a big part of the price and cut salespeople out).
When I went to the salesperson to finalize my purchase, the following conversation transpired (produced below to the best of my recollection):
From left, Corcoran's Pamela Liebman and EVP of Sales Tresa Hall gave out the annual company awards to Robby Browne, Leighton Candler, Dennis Hughes, among others The Corcoran Group held its annual Manhattan and Brooklyn awards ceremony Tuesday, with Robby Browne, a senior vice president and associate broker, taking top honors as Salesperson of the Year.