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Territory Sales Manager Job Description

The territory sales manager is responsible for all managing all sales activities within a defined geographical territory.

Duties of the Territory Sales Manager

  • Building the business within the territory using a variety of sales techniques.
  • Targeting potential customers and assessing opportunities for sales.
  • Arranging meetings with potential customers and selling product offerings.
  • Cold calling companies within the territory and establishing needs.
  • Putting together a list of target companies within the area.
  • Analysing competitor activities in the region and assessing opportunities for business development.
  • Working to revenue targets and KPI’s as set by the sales director.
  • Networking with businesses in the territory and building relationships.
  • Attending relevant industry events and conferences to build business.
  • Chasing sales leads from other members of the company.
  • Working closely with other territory sales manager’s and national account managers.
  • Putting together sales strategies to target large accounts.
  • Keeping up to date with industry news to identify opportunities for new business.

Background of the Territory Sales Manager

  • Previous experience working as a territory sales manager.
  • Relevant industry background gained from a competitor or company in a related industry.
  • Excellent people skills and an ability to build relationships with people at all levels.
  • Proven track record of building business and hitting sales targets.

Should you require assistance recruiting for a territory sales manager then please do not hesitate to contact our specialist sales recruitment team on 020 8349 3508.
The next role on the career ladder for a territory sales manager would be National Account Manager or Head of Sales.

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