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Include These District Sales Manager Skills
- Employee hiring, training, coaching, leadership
- Revenue generation/growth
- Budget planning and administration
- Relationship building and management
- Customer service excellence
- Sales strategies and initiatives
- Territory management
- YOY sales growth
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Dear Mr. Trujillo:
Success in the world of sales requires perseverance, profit-driven focus, and exceptionally honed interpersonal skills. As an experienced district sales and account manager with a strong history of managing client relationships and drastically increasing revenues, I stand in a prime position to significantly contribute to your objectives as your next District Sales Manager.
My experience in securing new customers and outperforming district sales goals—, as well as supervising high-performing sales staff, positions me to substantially impact your team at Copelbanner. By leveraging an insightful ability to implement forward-thinking and needs-based sales solutions within assigned territories, I excel at connecting with key decision makers to quickly build profitble and lasting partnerships leading to sustained revenue growth.
Following are highlights of my qualifications:
Accountable for 27 stores and 325 employees across California, Nevada, New Mexico, and Utah with $56M in total cumulative annual revenue as District Sales Manager for Videohead; presiding over the opening of 10 new stores over seven years.
Increasing year-over-year sales by 24% from 2014 to 2017 through keen sales initiatives and highly effective sales team leadership.
Building, coaching and leading high-performance sales teams, including 22 direct reports; introducing training programs and workshops focused on sales strategies, customer service and cost containment.
Hiring and training staff for all district stores, maintaining a sharp focus on promoting from within the company.
Forging trusting and enduring relationships with customers, management teams and peers to maximize customer retention and satisfaction.
My dedication to driving new business development and maximizing sales opportunities, along with my steadfast motivation to meet or exceed district sales goals, characterizes my career accomplishments and will allow me to greatly benefit your company’s bottom line. I look forward to discussing this opportunity in further detail. Thank you for your consideration.
David K. Kramer