Apparel Program Sales Executive - UniFirst
Location:Durham, Caroline du Nord
ID de l'offre2200328
The UniFirst Apparel Program Sales Executive (AAPSE) is responsible for generating new Corporate Account and Regional Direct Sales within a defined territory. The APSE is charged with managing the entire sales process including identifying target accounts, setting appointments with key decision makers, understanding the needs and roles of all buying influences, creating value through a deep understanding of our prospect’s challenges and presenting a compelling solution that will improve their business.
- Generate a minimum of $500,000 in new qualified annual Direct Sales revenues during each UniFirst fiscal year.
- Identify key decision makers and navigate through complex buying environments to insure we are positioned for success.
- Develop custom solutions for target accounts and quantify process improvements and savings.
- Effectively present to a diverse audience including large committees and Executives.
- Negotiate service requirements, pricing, and other terms and conditions conducive to creating a long-term partnership.
- Align the necessary internal groups and departments to make sure we meet and exceed the prospects expectations.
- Utilize SFA to effectively qualify and prioritize opportunities based on contract expiration dates, market conditions, and our competitive strengths and weaknesses. Effectively use the available networking tools (LinkedIn, InsideView, etc.) to reach high level
- decision makers and generate interest early in the sales process.
- Work with our Market Research and Development (MRD) group to efficiently manage your database and increase the number of prospects and quality of information.
- Constantly monitor the competitive market conditions, sales and pricing strategies, and buying trends in order to devise effective strategies to counter strengths and take advantage of weaknesses.
- Maintain an accurate funnel, forecast and monthly activity report.
- Meet or exceed the minimum sales activity requirements.