Helping you find a career in the sales industry
The sales industry is driven by making money. If you're good at your job, you can make lots of it for both you and your employer. Most sectors look to recruit ambitious salespeople who can sell their company's service or product.
With the wide variety of businesses out there, no sales job is the same, which means there are plenty of career pathways for graduates to choose from.
Sales is usually split into two categories. Business to business (B2B) and Business to consumer (B2C).
B2B sales tend to be more corporate and involves selling a service or product to another business.
B2C sales involve the company selling directly to individual consumers who will be using that product or service. For example, the person who sold you your phone contract. They were a B2C sales professional.
Other areas of sales include:
- Customer service
- Direct sales
- Field sales
- FMCG (fast-moving consumer goods)
- IT Sales
- Media and advertising sales
- Retail motor sales
- Online sales
- Medical sales Graduates interested in sales careers can expect to work in a fast-paced and competitive environment, but it can also be a highly rewarding one.