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    Sales aptitude is required. Send books and media to prospective customers in the territory while tracking sales opportunities within a customer relationship...
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    Sales aptitude is required. Send books and media to prospective customers in the territory while tracking sales opportunities within a customer relationship...
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Recent Education Sales Management Salaries (December 10, 2016)
Assistant Professor University of Oklahoma $42,860 Norman, OK, 73019 01/05/2015
General OMRON $65,998 Houston, TX, 77001 09/07/2015

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  • Education Sales Management
  • Industry: Education/Training
  • City: Highlands Ranch, CO
  • Education Sales Management was established in 1995 when Rick Fort, our President and CEO, was looking for a way to promote the intangibles of education. Rick owned a Sylvan Learning Center franchise at the time, but was struggling with his conversion rates. Only about 20% of the people who inquired about his services actually enrolled in a program. He decided it was time to form a professional sales team before he opened his second Sylvan location. Through this process ESM was created, and Rick's Sylvan centers flourished. Conversion rates soared to 80% and revenues doubled