About RepHunter

RepHunter.net, operated by RepHunter, Inc., is a Minnesota-based company that provides manufacturers with experienced sales representation. We use a unique profiling system to facilitate a TARGETED SEARCH using specific criteria and our growing network of independent manufacturers’ representatives.

RepHunter.net is more COST-EFFECTIVE than placing traditional ads and wading through the resume response.

RepHunter.net was established by Matt Tronnier, an experienced sales professional, and Jeffrey Simon, an experienced financial manager and systems developer. Matt was frustrated by his own attempts to search for new opportunities, because resumes just didn’t capture the key criteria for finding good partnerships. By creating a profiling form for manufacturers and representatives, RepHunter.net can leverage the technology of databases and the Internet to bring manufacturers the qualified sales representatives they need, without the resume reviewing hassle.

Our clients confirm the quality of our referrals and tell us that the candidates that we place are more productive and able to hit the ground running precisely because of their established customer base.


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    I am a member of your service searching for a representative for my aluminum composite product lines. I would also like to see if my company can find other products such as sealant-caulking, air/vapor barriers, expanded aluminum etc. How do I begin? Do I need a different email address etc? Thanks

      • jas
      • July 27, 2018

      As a RepHunter member, you are entitled to unlimited Customer Support. I have requested that Brenda contact you by phone.

      The ways in which we can help you with your specific request depends on what you are looking for exactly. You will be able to fully explain during your call with Brenda.

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    Hello, My name is Billy Tabor and I want to know more about your service. I am seeking sales reps in the healthcare industry to sell my service to LTC, SNF and others.How do I sign up with your service and what are your fees. I already have customers in nine states and an have no representatives. Thanks

      • jas
      • November 21, 2016

      The best way to get started in general is to visit https://www.rephunter.net, create a free profile and use it to “try before you buy”.

      This means that you can post your sales opportunity, search for reps with the powerful searching features available to you after you have created your profile, receive inquiries from interested reps, monitor the contacts you have made, and many other features.

      However, you will not be able to contact any reps because no contact information is provided.

      The purpose of this “dry run” is to see how the service works, and to see that we have qualified reps in your industry seeking new lines. After having done this, you can subscribe and contact reps.

      We suggest that you create a free profile, then search for reps using the “By Keyword” search, using the Advanced Search. You can see at no cost if we have the reps you need.

      In addition, I will have one of our staff contact you by email to help you get started.

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    How long do reps continue collecting from a single account? We have an 11 year account; do the reps continue to receive a commission until the account closes? Does their commission reduce from the original %?
    Thank you,

      • jas
      • October 16, 2013

      You should realize that a good rep can make you a lot of money, if the rep is properly motivated. It is typical for it to take a long time for a rep to create a channel for your product, so that rep could see between 6 months to a year if you are not an already well-established business. What would motivate the rep to put in such a large amount of uncompensated effort? Residual income!

      So the continuation of future sales is how the rep is often compensated for his up-front effort. Even if it seems that the rep “did nothing” in connection with repeat business. Just as the principal wants to “earn a living”, so the rep is worthy of his labors.

      In many cases the rep continues to be more involved than the principal thinks in building a relationship with the customer. If the rep is cut off from residual income, why should this happen?

      Regarding reduction of commission: in general this is not a good idea, but there are cases where it makes sense.

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    We are interested in purchasing advertising on your website https://www.rephunter.net/blog in the way of a permanent post. Please can you let us know your rates?

    We are a local online marketing company and have a variety of global clients from different sectors such as Travel, Finance, Tech, Gaming and Sport. We would be very interested in establishing a long-term working relationship with you.

    I look forward to hearing from you.

    Kind Regards,

      • jas
      • June 27, 2013

      I will send you a private email. In general, we permit advertising that would directly benefit our members on our Hot Opportunities page.

    • Nicholas Nganga
    • January 31, 2013

    We are seeking partners worldwide to expand our import-export business.

    Looking forward to working with you.

      • jas
      • January 31, 2013

      For independent sales reps and rep groups, please check out RepHunter at http://www.rephunter.com – You can search for free for independent reps and rep groups in your industry who are actively seeking new lines. If you find a rep you are interested in, fees are very reasonable.

      Be sure to search on your customers or who you would like to be your customers to find reps already calling on them. You can also search on your product lines, but start with your customer base.

      Please feel free to create a profile at no cost to you. You can then take advantage our our training tools as well as conduct unlimited free searches.

      I hope this helps!

    • Marty
    • January 10, 2013

    I am in startup phase with a new product. Though people are buying my product. I am more of a tech than a sales rep. I am looking for one excellent exp’d sales rep with distinct qualities.

    If I find that excellent sales rep. They will have an opportunity to own part of the company they are selling product(s) for.

    Where can I go to post a bunch of questions that interested sales reps would answer. I am looking for a Jeffery Gitomer battle class sales rep. Any ideas would greatly be appreciated.

      • jas
      • January 11, 2013

      While any reader can respond to your inquiry in this blog, because it is a blog people don’t tend to respond to each other much. We are considering creating a forum website, which would be exactly what you are looking for, as a forum is entirely such conversations.

      In the meantime, if you have not already checked out RepHunter at http://www.rephunter.com, please do so. Our website does not give you the opportunity to post questions, as you are wanting, but you would be able to search for free to see what reps we have in your industry actively seeking new lines.

    • jas
    • June 25, 2012

    @Tim: I would add that it would be advisable to include in your Sales Representation Agreement some language that makes clear which market the rep is restricted to, so as to prevent later conflict.

    • jas
    • June 25, 2012

    @Tim: from Brenda:

    Absolutely you can have multiple reps that are in the same geography. Because as you already noted – these reps are calling on different markets within that geography – their exact clients would be different.

    • Tim Tousignant
    • June 24, 2012


    I am looking at using independent sales reps for my company’s line of apparel. The question that I have is that am interested in several market segments. One being childre/kids clothing store an the other being the resort market for all ages. Here is my question, I have found few reps that cover both youth/kids apparel stores and cater to the resort market in any given geographic territory. Can I enter into rep agreements in the same geographic market with a rep to focus on youth/kid retail stores and a different rep to focus on the resort reail market?


    • jas
    • December 8, 2011

    We have had customers in the past in the Software Development and Consulting areas who successfully used our service.

    My suggestion is that you create a profile at no cost to you, search our database for free and see how many reps we currently have that meet your needs. Again this is all at no charge. Then, only if you find that we do have reps that you are interested in would you need to subscribe.

    In addition, we also have unlimited toll-free telephone support about using our service, at 877-895-2909.

    • Sarsha Adrian
    • December 8, 2011

    Can rephunter.net help me find “Software Consulting & Development Reps” ? We are are Boston based firm of very seasoned software professionals that offer firms custom software solutions. Our existing base of customers represent the Payments Industry, Financial Services, and new emerging web commerce based businesses. We also have a new product launch Q2 2012.

    • Sal Bevivino
    • January 28, 2011

    How do I subscribe? I don’t see anything on your web page.

      • jas
      • February 1, 2011

      To subscribe, please do the following:

      1. Go to https://www.rephunter.net.
      2. Click on Find Sales Reps.
      3. If you want, search our database to see what reps we have in your industry.
      4. Otherwise, just click on the “Register” tab and create a profile.
      5. After completing the profile, you will be guided through the Subscription process.

      If you need help, we have unlimited phone support at 877-895-2909.

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