Vault Career Guide to Sales & Trading

Author: Gabriel Kim

Publisher: Vault Inc.

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 155

View: 152

This guide includes step-by-step examples of how a trade is made on the trading floor, and Q & As with industry professionals of all levels.

Sales and Use Tax Answer Book (2009)

Author: Bruce M. Nelson

Publisher: CCH

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 594

View: 256

The Sales and Use Tax Answer Book is the key reference source for which practitioners have been searching. Not only is it comprehensive and clear; it also provides extensive citation to important case and statutory law. Forty-five states and the District of Columbia impose a sales tax on the retail sale of tangible personal property and selected services. In addition, there are 7,500 cities, municipalities, towns, school districts, counties, and other special taxing districts that levy sales and use taxes. The varying rates, the changing jurisdictional boundaries, the different tax bases, and the often inconsistent and contradictory interpretations of similarly worded statutes are all covered. The book also includes a chapter on sales tax reforms, particularly the Streamlined Sales Tax Project.

Sales Force Design For Strategic Advantage

Author: A. Zoltners

Publisher: Springer

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 399

View: 751

This book focuses upon the role of the sales force in today's changing world and how to design a sales force for strategic advantage. It includes sections on how to assess the current sales force design and how to implement change and covers customer segmentation, market strategy, structuring and sizing, alignment, metrics and managing change.

Sales Management

A Global Perspective

Author: Earl D. Honeycutt

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 307

View: 571

As sales managers are encouraged to manage increasingly global territories, the art of selling becomes complicated and the rules of negotiation more diverse. This absorbing book considers the many facets of cross-cultural sales management, to provide salespeople and managers with a guide to making the most of the global sales force. Topics covered include: * cross-cultural negotiations * hiring, training, motivating and evaluating the international sales force * Customer Relationship Management (CRM) * sales territory design and management. Included in the book are ten international case studies designed to give sales students, salespeople and their managers an explanation of diverse cultures and the dilemmas, situations and opportunities that arise when selling across borders. The experienced international authors have brought together the most up-to-date information on the global marketplace - a subject neglected by many other texts. While still tackling sales from a managerial perspective, its cross-cultural approach makes it essential reading for those wishing to succeed in global sales.

Multistate Guide to Sales and Use Tax 2009

Construction

Author: Daniel Davis

Publisher: CCH

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 715

View: 625

Multistate Guide to Sales and Use Taxation: Construction provides guidance to construction contractors for dealing with the difficult sales and use tax issues inherent in their businesses, particularly if they operate in several states. In addition to the usual problems in complying with different bodies of law, administering a hodge-podge of state and local tax rates, and dealing with a variety of tax agency audit programs, the contract process and insufficient recordkeeping further complicate an already complicated task.

Consumer Sales Law

Author: John MacLeod

Publisher: Cavendish Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Consumer protection

Page: 900

View: 362

Consumer Sales Law expounds the law and practice relating to the English domestic (as opposed to international) supply of goods. The law is an amalgamation of civil and criminal law rules, both domestic and EC, and is examined here both in context and in

Sales Contracts

Author: E. H. Hondius

Publisher: sellier. european law publ.

ISBN:

Category: Law

Page: 485

View: 291

The sales contact has served as the paradigm for contracts in general. Moreover, it is also probably the most common contract, and certainly the most common consumer contract that there is. Furthermore, there are many mixed transactions that contain a certain element of sale, such as distribution contracts or all sorts or manufacturing contracts. This book presents the rules regarding sales contracts under European law. The principles examined here start from the idea of a uniform regime for all kind of sales transactions. Moreover, these principles aim to meet the needs of international and national commerce alike and attempt to create a truly uniform sales law, bridging the differentiation into different settings, different parties to the contract, and different object of sales. However, when deemed necessary, certain provisions are declared mandatory in consumer sales in order to protect the weaker party in the transaction involved. To that end, a balance is struck between the two major international instruments in this area, the CISG (Contracts for the International Sale of Goods) and the Consumer Sales Directive. Moreover, during the drafting process, comparative material from over 20 different EU Member States has been taken into account. The work is not only a presentation of a future model for European rules to come, but also provides a fairly detailed indication of the present legal situation in the Member States.

Sales Promotion

How to Create, Implement and Integrate Campaigns that Really Work

Author: Roddy Mullin

Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 300

View: 531

The sales promotion is one of the marketer's most tested and most effective tools. Sales Promotion by Roddy Mullin and Julian Cummins explains all the stages of creating and implementing innovative and successful sales promotions. Sales Promotion details the tried and tested methods that can give a business the competitive edge over other companies, including off-the-shelf offers, joint promotions, price promotions, premium promotions, and prize promotions. The new edition takes account of changes in market forces and the effect of new media such as web based advertising, as well as changes in the law. It also includes a wealth of new case studies, including MasterCard, Superdrug, and Mazda.

ProActive Sales Management

How to Lead, Motivate, and Stay Ahead of the Game

Author: William Miller

Publisher: AMACOM

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 256

View: 405

Today's sales managers have to be quicker than ever, being more proactive about hiring the best performers and retaining them, multi-tasking, and managing complex sales processes in order to close more and more deals. This book provides readers with a proven method for managing the sales process as well as the salespeople. Packed with specific, field-tested techniques, ProActive Sales Management shows sales managers how to: * motivate a sales team * get their sales team to prospect and qualify * create a proactive sales culture * effectively coach and counsel up and down the sales organization * reduce reports to one sheet of paper and 10 minutes a week * forecast with up to 90% accuracy * take A players to A+ levels Packed with all new metrics and tactics for making the numbers in today's sales environment, this is an important resource no sales manager should be without.

U.S. Master Sales and Use Tax Guide 2008

Author: CCH Tax Law Editors

Publisher: CCH

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 1601

View: 837

CCH's U.S. Master Sales and Use Tax Guide is a quick-answer resource for professionals who work with multiple state tax jurisdictions. This CCH "Master Guide" serves as a handy desktop reference containing succinct explanations and quick-glance charts detailing common sales and use tax issues for all states and the District of Columbia. It provides easy-to-read multistate overviews of sales taxes and describes for each state the basis, state and local tax rates, principal payment and return due dates, and countless other key facts and figures.

The Sales Tax in the 21st Century

Author: Matthew Neal Murray

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 265

View: 847

Presents 19 papers selected from a February 1996 seminar co-sponsored by the National Tax Association and the Institute of Property Taxation. The papers are divided into several general headings: sales tax overview; interstate dimensions of the sales tax; sales taxation and federal policy; new admin

Sales Management Control, Territory Design, Sales Force Performance, and Sales Organizational Effectiveness in the Pharmaceutical Industry

Author: Eric Longino

Publisher: Universal-Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 236

View: 885

Limited research exists about the determinants of sales organization effectiveness in pharmaceutical sales organizations. To fill this void, sales management control, sales territory design, and sales force performance are conceptualized as antecedents to sales organization effectiveness in pharmaceutical sales organizations. The results of the structural equation model tested suggested that pharmaceutical sales representatives perform better and are more effective when they are satisfied with sales territory design because of its significant relationship with sales force behavioral performance. The present study suggests sales force behavioral performance leads to sales organization effectiveness through its significant relationship to sales force outcome performance. These findings are somewhat different to those from similar studies in other industries, and identify some important implications for sales leaders in the pharmaceutical industry as well as suggesting a number of important research directions.

Sales and Distribution with SAP®

Making SAP SD® Work for Your Business

Author: Gerhard Oberniedermaier

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 405

View: 153

The book shows how to design the most important business processes in the sales area of each company by using the SAP module SD. It contains valuable tips and examples that show sales reps and managers and distribution center employees how to get up and running quickly with SAP while saving time and money. The book provides a concise introduction setting out the case for integrating business functionality on the web. Furthermore the book helps to understand SAP APO in the context of SCM. It is addressed specifically to those who need to implement APO in the context of the sales processes. Last not least the author offers a walk-through of the process, from inception through planning, designing and testing.

Motivating Your Sales Force

Author: John Lidstone

Publisher: Gower Publishing, Ltd.

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 132

View: 330

A practical guide to developing a realistic programme of motivation. It describes ways of satisfying sales staff, while at the same time meeting planned objectives. The final chapter is designed to help the reader construct a programme for action in relation to his or her own sales force.

Sales Training

A Guide to Developing Effective Salespeople

Author: Frank Salisbury

Publisher: Gower Publishing, Ltd.

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 234

View: 537

Frank Salisbury advocates that selling should be seen as a physical skill, which can be learned by everyone. This pragmatic approach underpins Sales Training, making it an essential guide for any organization which wants to take the development of professional sales people seriously.

The Complete Sales Letter Book

Model Letters for Every Selling Situation

Author: Rhonda Harris

Publisher: M.E. Sharpe

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page:

View: 143

Hundreds of ready-to-use model letters for handling various sales situations. Aimed at the busy sales rep, each letter can be used as it is or can be quickly modified to suit. The chapters follow the progression of the sales cycle.

Advertising And Sales Promotion

Author: S H H Kazmi

Publisher: Excel Books India

ISBN:

Category: Advertising

Page: 658

View: 677

Advertising is a brilliant form of art that has become an indispensable part of our lives. As the business scene has transformed for the better in our country, much is happening on the advertising front. To tap the progress on India Advertising in this changed scenario, a third edition of the book 'Advertising and Sales Promotion' has been prepared for the students. In this new edition, all the chapters have been revised and some moderately updated with more relevant text, figures, boxes, exhibits and references. Highlights of this edition: (a) Matter on Segmentation now includes current framework of Values and Lifestyle and Positioning topic has been re-written. (b) Text on Brand Personality and Image has been updated. (c) New Appendices have been added at the end of Part-I and Part- IV, respectively. (d) Some new Boxes with insightful contents have been added. (e) Some of the old exhibits have been replaced with the new ones. The book essentially deals with the dynamic concept of Sales Promotion and its effect on the consumer. Particularly meant for the students of management, specialising in marketing; the book provides a thoroughly educative and interesting reading.

California Sales and Use Tax Answer Book

Author: Richard E. Nielsen

Publisher: CCH

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 400

View: 379

The California Sales and Use Tax Answer Book is the key reference source for which practitioners have been searching. Not only is it comprehensive and clear; it also provides extensive citation to important case and statutory law. The varying rates, the changing jurisdictional boundaries, the different tax bases, and the often inconsistent and contradictory interpretations of similarly worded statutes are all covered. The book also includes a chapter on sales tax reforms, particularly the Streamlined Sales Tax Project.