To Those Craving Opportunity…
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WHO WE ARE
As a company trying to expand, managing sales professionals grows more complex every year. The influx of mobility, social media, and analytics in recent years provide both challenges and opportunities in nurturing an ever-changing workforce increasingly comprised of Millennials.
Add to the mix the growing popularity of game mechanics, non-cash incentives, collaboration initiatives, and the ability to drive revenue – and beat quota – becomes an environment of continuous change for modern companies.
Here at Clear Vision Communications, our professionals have won business development and acquisitions competitions, worked on social impact projects, and have helped pioneer some of the industry’s most successful marketing and sales campaigns. Our ability to retain the best and brightest professionals in the industry stems from great coaches, rigorous practice and unparalleled team comradery.
CVC professionals exhibit our values of respect, compassion, accountability, patience, people, and stewardship in their words and actions. Each member is conditioned in areas of consultative business/commercial sales, territory management, new business development, relationship building and market specific industry trends to ensure each client has the absolute best in their corner.
Every day, coworkers are appreciated for their efforts. We celebrate our valued team members by recognizing them in our internal communications and through quarterly luncheons, red carpet trophy events, and monetary bonuses.
WHY DIRECT SALES TO COMMERCIAL BUSINESSES?
First things first: “Direct sales” is simply what it sounds like — selling a product directly to a customer without using retail space.
Invited to a Tupperware party? That’s direct sales. Door-to-door magazine subscriptions? Direct sales. The Facebook friend who wants you to try some nutritional supplements? That’s direct sales, too.
While our agency doesn’t do any residential door-to-door, retail or in-home sales, we believe there is nothing more effective than the trust you gain from looking the customer in the eye. According to the industry’s major trade group, the Direct Selling Association, more than 18 million people nationwide were involved in direct selling in 2014, an increase of 8.3% over 2013.
Kent Grayson, an associate professor of marketing at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management who has studied direct sales, confirmed that even if you might not be a natural based on your personality, the ability to stay self-motivated is a much bigger predictor of success.