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salesman

1. a person who sells merchandise or services either in a shop or by canvassing in a designated area
2. short for travelling salesman
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Under this view, not only are social factors such as salesperson behavior elicitors of customer emotions, the emotion experience is then communicated to the salesperson, and the response determines how the episode unfolds.
Robert JanTausch and Douglas Sitar were the salesperson in this transaction.
The girl walked into a garment store at the mall in Al Quoz and while she was walking around checking the outfits, the 30-year-old Bangladeshi salesperson molested her.
This research expands on the existing studies by examining how consumer perception relates to salesperson appearance when outside of the traditional brick and mortar store.
Based on how prolific your salesperson is, this may still be a very high level position.
This belief makes you an order-taker, not a salesperson.
Ask the salesperson for photo identification that shows their full name and the name of the company they work for so you know who youre dealing with;
The mentored salesperson needs to feel safe and be willing to share his or her real concerns about the job.
A salesperson should always have more than one significant opportunity in the pipeline.
Hiring people based on experience isn't a shortcut to hiring well, because experience isn't the trump factor for what makes a good salesperson.
However, the customer's intention to continue to do business with the selling firm may be based on the customer's interaction with the salesperson and other employees (Palmatier, Scheer, & Steenkamp, 2007).
Because little unique value is created by the salesperson, the sale often degenerates into a price-based deal.