sales executive


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sales executive

n
(Professions) a professional responsible for increasing and developing a company's sales
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Alyson Rees, senior sales executive, has joined Lovell from Savills, while sales executive Elaine Greaves has joined from Persimmon Homes.
He allegedly began threatening the sales executive, asking for Dh25,000 and saying unless the man paid he would be handcuffed, taken to the police station and thrown into jail.
Meanwhile, Alexander has been appointed as a sales executive.
THIS past month nine new sales executives have joined Lloyd Motor Group and, for the first time in the Group's 36-year history, not one of them is from the motor industry.
He says a sales executive has to believe in their product otherwise they will not be able to sell it.
Alicia Manning, Northeast Territory sales executive, has foodservice industry experience, having worked at Benchmark, excelling at sales, service, and educational training of Douwe Egberts liquid coffee equipment.
The Sales Certification programme ensures that each sales executive is comprehensively trained in all aspects of the brand to unify product knowledge with our premium values, while delivering the highest level of customer service across the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,' said Anees Abdul Jaleel Jamjoom, managing director of Mohamed Yousuf Naghi Motors.
David heads up the UK sales team, which also comprises David Drury, northern area sales executive, and Desmond Farrell, sales executive for Ireland.
Buyers agreed that the sales executives at Fairfield Park provided clear and accurate information and were both friendly and polite.
Andrew Houldey, 21, a sales executive, of Caerau Lane, Ely, Cardiff.
Baer, a 20-year Princess sales executive, will oversee the company's sales activities in the U.
Dempsey joined Food Brokers in 1999 as a territory sales executive and was promoted to regional account executive in 2001.