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Increasing Revenue, Inc. is a salesperson-recruiting firm with a focus on minimizing sales person turnover.

If you are looking for a sales position, Increasing Revenue, Inc. might be able to help. Like traditional head hunting firms, Increasing Revenue, Inc. has a wide range of clients that look for quality sales people. However, there are some significant philosophical differences between Increasing Revenue, Inc. and traditional headhunting firms.

Increasing Revenue Can Make the Difference in Finding Just the Right Job

First, career sales people work for Increasing Revenue, Inc. We understand the work environment needed for a salesperson to succeed. We will only submit candidates to companies that understand this as well.

Second, Increasing Revenue, Inc. works with clients who encourage salesperson longevity.

Third, there is a temptation for a traditional headhunting firm to force a bad match in order to gain commission. Unlike traditional headhunting firms that make their income off of sales turnover, Increasing Revenue, Inc. makes its income from salespeople staying in positions.

We Treat You As a Person Not Just A Human Resource

Increasing Revenue, Inc., has a smaller, more exclusive client list than a traditional headhunting firm. Our company will not have as many open positions as some recruiting agencies; however, the positions that are available should have a better work environment for salespeople.

When you submit your resume, you will be considered for all of the presently open positions and positions that open up in the future. Your resume will not be submitted to a client until you have given your permission for us to do so.

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Why Salesperson Turnover Should Rarely Happen

By Robert Brandau • December 05, 2012

In theory – and it should be a reality for every firm – salesperson turn over should rarely happen. A sales person has a ramp up time to develop a new client base. There is also a learning curve associated with every new job. When he/she changes jobs, significant commission is lost. Thus, it is almost never in a sales person's best interest to leave. Furthermore, changing jobs increases the risk that something could go wrong with his/her career.

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Increasing Revenue, Inc.
1616 Anderson Rd
McLean, VA, 22102
571-213-6661
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