Example: Accentuated unique selling features to differentiate and position products.
Example: Achieved quota for 10 consecutive months.
Example: Acquired 200 new accounts in less than six months.
Example: Added new services to boost average ticket sale.
Example: Adopted a “client first” mentality to promote repeat business.
Example: Advised customers on sales, maintaining a view of long-term business relationships.
Example: Annihilated prime competitor’s market position.
Example: Appeased customers who were upset over rate increases and persuaded them to remain with company.
Example: Aspired to generating record sales for company—set new performance benchmarks for sales growth, market penetration, and customer retention.
Example: Bettered prior year’s performance by 20 percent.
Example: Blotted out company’s three-year record of declining sales.
Example: Boasted the region’s highest customer-satisfaction ratings.
Example: Broke company’s 20-year record for new business development.
Example: Built relationships with potential new customers.
Example: Catered to exclusive clientele.
Example: Cemented relationships with customers.
Example: Closed sales for junior account executives, securing business from 95 percent of customers closed.
Example: Consummated complex transactions involving cooperation between multiple entities.
Example: Convinced customers to shift loyalties from competitors and try XYZ products.
Example: Cultivated relationships with key referral contacts in the OEM market.
Example: Displayed equipment and fielded questions regarding operation, maintenance, and warranty.
Example: Doubled sales volume during first year in territory, a record for the company.
Example: Drove sales increases by focusing on high-net-profit items.
Example: Enlarged territory, tapping under-serviced outlying areas.
Example: Enticed new customers through attractive displays and creative promotions.
Example: Established company as a significant player in the home health care market.
Example: Exercised discretion in negotiating financing terms on sales of up to $10,000.
Example: Familiarized customers with company features and benefits.
Example: Forged alliance with respected service company, providing customers with value-added service for future maintenance and repair needs.
Example: Fought competitor entry into market with aggressive promotional campaign.
Example: Gained significant strides with previously “no see” accounts, earning audiences with influential decision makers in the XYZ industry.
Example: Gave presentations in a variety of community, school, and business forums.
Example: Generated 175 new accounts that each averaged an opening order of $7,000.
Example: Grew territory sales, channeling efforts away from small physician practices to major health care organizations.
Example: Hoisted branch sales volume from bottom quartile to top five percent in a region of 35 branches.
Example: Ignited stagnant sales operation, showing a 14 percent gain after four prior years of “flat” sales.
Example: Incited sales team to record performance through motivational training and product incentives.
Example: Infused sales team with confidence to win top region sales honor, outproducing regions in major metropolitan areas.
Example: Interested prospective customers in product through free trial subscription; converted 80 percent of subscribers to long-term contracts.
Example: Involved in industry, community, and nonprofit organizations as part of networking efforts.
Example: Jacked up lagging sales to finish year on budget.
Example: Launched new product, gaining full and maximum distribution with all key customers.
Example: Leveraged position with new customers, offering impressive record for service and reliability.
Example: Linked customers with informational resources as value-added service.
Example: Made inroads and headway with previously inaccessible clients.
Example: Marketed full line of products and services.
Example: Mended relationships with clients who had not received personal sales calls in more than a year.
Example: Monopolized high-tech widget market, capturing approximately 65 percent of total market sales in geographic area.
Example: Negotiated financing terms, delivery costs, and quantity discounts.
Example: Nurtured relationships with key accounts, increasing frequency of call cycle from six to four weeks.
Example: Opened new territory and attained projected goals.
Example: Outdistanced competitors by providing impressive multimedia sales presentations, preferred customer pricing, and free user training.
Example: Penetrated Hispanic market, generating an additional 35 percent in sales.
Example: Pursued high-net-margin accounts, bringing in six new large insurance agency contracts.
Example: Quadrupled sales during tenure with firm.
Example: Ranked as top producer among sales team of 10.
Example: Rebuilt territory that had suffered from merger restructuring.
Example: Related product benefits to customer’s needs.
Example: Renewed relationships with neglected customers.
Example: Secured new business in the electronic commerce sector.
Example: Set sales team goals for yearly, quarterly, and monthly sales production for three product lines.
Example: Snagged prestigious account, a longtime customer of company’s chief competitor.
Example: Sold full line of widget products.
Example: Solicited first-time business with national accounts.
Example: Spurred sales team to finish year over budget.
Example: Swayed customers “on the fence” to commit to purchasing products.
Example: Swept the region in all performance indicators: sales volume, new accounts, and average ticket order.
Example: Tapped new niche market, estimated to yield more than $1 million in revenue in the next fiscal year.
Example: Topped prior year’s stellar performance, earning national recognition for new product sales.
Example: Traveled regularly throughout four-state Western region.
Example: Tripled sales volume in an established territory.
Example: Urged customers to purchase warranty contracts.
Example: Vaulted territory sales production from number 15 to number 2 in district.
Example: Won large sale contract with a long-sought institutional account.
Example: Yielded record sales for the company’s 10-year history.