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Tako Tyko Signs and Lighting is an established Commercial Sign business, catering to corporate clients nation-wide. We are experiencing significant growth and are looking for outside salespeople to bring in new business. We are ready to compensate excellent candidates with the highest rates in the industry.

The ideal candidate will be responsible for establishing and maintaining relationships with corporate accounts. This position is the lead and first contact with the client and is key in communicating with the client every step of the way; from conception to completion. The salesperson will know how to make each project profitable while keeping the customer satisfied. S/he will exercise discretion when dealing with high profile accounts and know how to bring in large projects that continue to be profitable past the initial sale.

The day to day duties include building leads, following up on leads, generating new business, offering services and new products to existing clients, maintaining contact with clients to update on current project status, overseeing job quality to make sure it meets and exceeds client expectations, and following up with client upon completion of project.

Candidate requirements:

- Ability sell into corporate accounts

- Able to work in office and off-site

- Self-starter with the ability to prospect and close new business

Email your resume to alan@takotyko.com

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