Sales/Lead Generation Specialist, Chicago area, Part-Time/Contract $300/Month + 20% Commission

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Tuee
222 West Merchandise Mart Plaza
Chicago, IL
Posted: March 11 2015
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 5 Part-time, Paid

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Description

I am the founder of Tuee, a tech startup company in Raleigh, NC that is, frankly, on the verge of revolutionizing the way restaurants manage their relationships with their clientele. (You can find out more about what we do at www.Tuee.it). My partner and I have been in business for two years, and we just received the round of funding that we were waiting for to take our business to the next level.

Now, we are hiring a sales/lead generation specialist.

For this position, it’s tough to put on paper exactly what kind of qualifications we are seeking, since an interpersonal connection is paramount to any other characteristic. So, we’ll have to meet. However, in the meantime, baseline criteria for this position are simple. The person we’re looking for:
is hungry.
connects well with people.
is definitely a go-getter, able to set out into the urban wilderness of Chicago with a question and henceforth find answers on their own. (We will guide you, no doubt, but we won’t be holding your hand.)
perhaps has a college degree but assuredly has an interest (and associated acumen) in the business side of things.
is looking to get behind a really cool product and own its future with us.

Responsibilities

The person who is hired for this position will:
Hit the streets of Chicago and find/sell prospective new clients about the advantages of Tuee
Report on a daily basis progress of prospects
Identify strategies to grow Tuee’s client base in the city of Chicago
Available at least 10 hours a week

Skills

Required - B2B Sales

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