The Inside Sales Representative provides direct support to Outside Sales Representatives in the ongoing development of existing and prospective customers to ensure that the department is able to meet its growth targets for specified territory.
· Help customers select products based on the customers' needs, product specifications, and interests.
· Emphasize product features based on analyses of demand, product knowledge, capabilities and limitations.
Thursday, November 6th from 10am-4pm, the Genesee County Office for the Aging is hosting a Medicare Vendor Fair. Come speak to the local insurance Companies, or to a trained Medicare Specailist from the Office for the Aging. You are able to sign up at this time, if you wish, for coverage to begin in January. No reservations necessary. For further questions, call 585-343-1611
We are currently seeking a RETAIL/B2B Consultant to work within our Veteran's Memorial Park Drive location in Batavia.
Our candidate of choice will be using Mobility products and be able to share how those services and applications help their quality of life. We are seeking a Goal orientated individual that enjoys working within a team and has designs on professional growth. Sales & Customer service experience are a necessity.
Sales Position – Fast paced lumber/millwork company in need of energetic, motivated self-starter with the desire to play an integral role in company growth. Compensation will commensurate with experience.
Responsibilities include but not limited to the following:
March 28, 2013 - 9:00am to March 30, 2013 - 8:30pm
Saturday, March 30 - Saturday, April 6.
100's of books to choose from!!!!!!!
Open during regular Library hours: M-TH, 9 a.m. - 8:30 p.m. Friday, 9 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Sat. 10 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. The sale will close Saturday, April 6 at Noon.
Hardcover- $1.00, Paperbacks and Children’s books- $.50
Bag Sale: Saturday, April 6, 10 a.m. - Noon
There will be a preview sale for our Friends of the Library members on Friday, March 29 from 5-6 p.m. Membership is $5. You may join anytime at the Library's front desk and the day of the preview sale.
JOE: Good morning Calliope.
CALLIOPE: Good morning Joe. I missed you yesterday.
JOE: I missed you too.
CALLIOPE: Where were you?
JOE: On the road.
CALLIOPE: To where?
JOE: Marketing my new CD. I visited some stores I thought might be interested in selling it.
CALLIOPE: How did that go?
JOE: I made some new contacts and renewed old ones.
CALLIOPE: Any success.
JOE: I found a few stores. What I found interesting was the great variety in arrangements.
CALLIOPE: Such as?
JOE: One bought CD's wholesale. One took copies on consignment. Two wanted review copies first. There was also quite a variety of percentages requested, some quite reasonable and some beyond what I could afford to do.
CALLIOPE: Sounds like you are getting to know the real world.
JOE: I am. It's a fascinating place. Talk with you tomorrow.
JOE: Good morning Calliope. CALLIOPE: Good morning Joe. Ready for another week? JOE: Yes. I'm ready to go. CALLIOPE: Did you finish Seth Godin's book, All Marketers are Liars yet? JOE: Not yet. I'm about half way through it. CALLIOPE: What do you think so far? JOE: The title intrigued me. So did the picture on the front cover of Seth with a Pinnochio nose attached. CALLIOPE: Is that what got you to buy the book? JOE: Mostly. I looked inside and thought the approach looked interesting. CALLIOPE: How so? JOE: I have been trying to approach marketing my books in a scientific way as if there were a logical way to go about it. CALLIOPE: We muses don't get too involved in marketing. So it's not a scientific endeavor? JOE: It doesn't seem to be. Seth's writing indicates that it is more an appeal to the emotions. CALLIOPE: In what way? JOE: When people consider buying something, they concern themselves more with whether having it reinforces their world view (lies they tell themselves) and confirms what they already think rather than due to benefits, features or anything else logical. CALLIOPE: I never looked at it that way before. JOE: Neither did I. But the more I read the more sense it makes. Talk with you tomorrow.
JOE: Good morning Calliope. CALLIOPE: Good morning Joe. Tell me about yesterday. JOE: As I expected, I had little time to work on anything. I had to shovel my way out to go visit my brother in Rochester who is here on his visit from Hawaii. CALLIOPE: What did he make of the snow? JOE: It's the first he's seen in two years. He seems fascinated. CALLIOPE: What else did you do? JOE: We spent most of the day visiting at my mother's house and my aunt's and ended up in a bookstore at night. CALLIOPE: Did you bring up your book in conversation? JOE: It came up a couple times and I shared my experiences and the book itself with a few people. CALLIOPE: How did you feel about doing it? JOE: A little strange. I waited for quite a while for it to come up in conversation which it finally did. CALLIOPE: What's your discomfort about? JOE: I feel like I am in a sales rather than social conversation. It feels a little awkward. Still I hate to miss an opportunity to tell people about my writing since it is the main focus of my life right now. CALLIOPE: Anything you can do about it? JOE: I don't think so. I wear several hats as most people do. I guess it's just part of life. Talk with you tomorrow.