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Q: Anyone got hired as a sales manager directly?

A sales manager is usually a position has to do sales team management and sales I suppose.

 

Any of you got hired as a sales manager directly by the company? Did you do the diffrent product before or do the same product?

 

If you were doing a diffrent product before, how did you start as a sales manager at your new company?

 

I'd like someone to share some experience with me, it will be useful to me. 

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I refused! angel

 

Was looking for 'general' attachment surprise. Good-looking-me ....

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