The RepHunter Blog – The Sales Rep Resource

RepHunter has been assisting manufacturers, small businesses and entrepreneurs connect with one of the most powerful sales forces – the independent sales rep who works largely on a commission only basis. We offer online resources for those hiring sales reps and those looking to add new product or service lines and research all their sales rep opportunities.

Hiring Independent Sales Reps

For manufacturers and companies looking for a great sales rep directory, RepHuner offers:

RepHunter Benefits for Sales Reps:

  • Always FREE for Sales Reps (No upsells; no hidden fees, ever.)
  • Unlimited toll-free telephone support
  • Fast track “Find My Matches”
  • International online exposure
  • Activate/deactivate your profile as needed
  • RepHunter advertises for you! We find companies seeking reps.
  • Powerful search tool helps you quickly find sales opportunities
  • RepHunter’s recruiters use this database everyday

Looking to outsource your sales force?

Sales Rep Management – RepHunter Will:

  1. Provide a Sales Manager to manage your sales team.
  2. Create a Sales Plan designed to achieve your goals.
  3. Build your sales team.
    • As needed to meet the goals the Sales Plan, fill in any gaps in your sales team by professional searching, recruiting, and staffing of qualified sales rep candidates.
    • Provide assistance with the signing of sales rep candidates.
  4. Ensure your sales team has the necessary tools for presentations.
  5. Work directly with key accounts.
  6. Participate in joint sales calls with reps.
  7. Assist development of retail and customer pricing.
  8. Assist development of your sales strategy.
  9. Provide competitive awareness.
  10. Provide weekly reporting

This sales rep blog offers posts of general interest to Independent Sales Reps, and those who should be using Independent Sales Reps to build their sales.

If you have any specific questions about selling via Independent Reps, please post a question.

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    • Sandy
    • August 8, 2015
    Reply

    When starting out as a solo rep which form of business is best, sub s, llc, or c cop?

      • jas
      • August 10, 2015
      Reply

      The business form is not so much a “rep” question — it is pertinent to any startup. I have created and been involved in all three forms, C, S, and LLC. All three provide similar legal protections, but there are differences. What I would do myself in the future would be to use an LLC as it is probably simpler. However, you might want to get your own legal advice that can take into account the particulars of your situation.

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