Reaching long term strategic goals requires a plan, proper preparation, execution, consistent growth and closing business. Philadelphia Sales Company can help support your sales and marketing plan by engaging your consumers on a one to one basis.

Our Business Development offering is a true outsourced sales division, working over the phone and in person to secure confirmed appointments with qualified decision makers. You can expect a structured start up and learning process, accurate reporting, absolute confidentiality and a non-competitive clause. In addition, we will:

  • Represent your needs at the highest level of decision making to qualify the account
  • Manage client expectations and flow of communications
  • Ensure your outsourced staff is fully operational and focused on generating qualified revenue opportunities
  • Adapt to both your needs and the client needs
  • Provide an Attractive ROI
  • Report on market conditions and feedback

The Philadelphia Sales Company can take on the role of your Business Development Manager or VP of Regional Development. We have the ability to recruit, train, and manage your outsourced sales organization from 1-20 representatives, achieve the corporate goals and objectives all without the high cost and overhead.

Whether you need one representative in the Philadelphia market or 20 on the entire East Coast, the Philadelphia Sales Company provides an alternative option to the high cost developing, growing, managing and maintaining a sales staff. Ask yourself:

  • How much does it cost to recruit, hire and support each salesperson?
  • How much did the last new hire cost? How long did they stay?
  • What are the management and administrative costs?
  • Are we finding the needed talent to prospect on a consistent basis?
  • How do we plan to expand or enter markets quickly?
  • What is the cost of one person supporting a large geographic territory?
  • What is the real value of the relationship?
  • How might our internal staff benefit from prospecting support?
  • How do we know what are prospects are "really" thinking?
  • Are we competitive and focused in the right markets with the right people?