Selling Power “50 Best Companies to Sell For” 2013

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We’re excited that Undertone has been selected by Selling Power as one of the top 50 companies to sell for in the United States. For over a decade, the corporate research team at Selling Power magazine has assembled and published the list of the 50 Best Companies to Sell For each year. Companies are evaluated on company revenue and growth, sales culture, onboarding and sales enablement strategies, the training and coaching process, and annual turnover percentage. This year, company recognition and reputation was also taken into account.

We’re honored to be included on this list alongside great companies like LinkedIn, Google, and Microsoft. Selling Power’s founder, Gerhard Gschwandtner, writes that the top three characteristics of excellent sales companies are (1) offering industry-leading solutions, (2) great communication, and (3) empowerment of their salespeople. These are three pillars we strongly believe in for our salesteam (and organization as a whole) here at Undertone. We focus on ensuring our team is armed with both standout products to sell and the deep knowledge required to understand our clients’ needs and create smarter solutions to meet those needs. To that end, a big congratulations to our sales leadership team, training team, and all members of the organization who sell and support our sellers—as well as all the companies who made Selling Power’s 2013 list!

Looking to join a winning team? We’re continuing to grow our salesteam, nationwide! Check out our openings here.

Natalie Breitbach

As a member of the marketing communications team, Natalie is responsible for copywriting, emarketing and sales collateral, and Undertone’s social media presence. She joined Undertone in early 2012 and has worked in digital media for several years. Outside of work, Natalie enjoys finding new restaurants and new places to go running in NYC.


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