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GROWTH: Funding closed! B2B power appointment setter? Best time to come on board as our main focus is now sales and marketing. We are searching for a superstar Business Development Representative to join the team in downtown San Diego and earn $4-7K/month on the phone setting up B2B appointments for software to large brands.

STABLE: Since 2009 we have been the premier solution for large companies optimizing their GMB presence (think Google maps and Imaps on your phone). We have closed down a new round of capital funding to help us explode into new verticals (healthcare, education, automotive, etc.). Excellent time to join our team and grow your bank account while growing with the company.

MONEY: Salary DOE $20-25K base + commission = $50-75K (this is for only hitting minimum quota). No limit.

- Comprehensive including medical/dental/vision
- paid vacation, paid time off
- national holidays off
- employee stock plans
- 401K

CULTURE: Casual dress environment. Laser focused on results.  Celebrations when we crush goals!  Balcony overlooking Little Italy…

BEST: We have been the premium technology in this space for the last 6 years and the demos tend to drop jaws with massive delight. That being said, we are the best and you should be too!

YOU: Should be extremely professional, computer friendly (WPM test), experienced with setting appointments with large companies.

QUALIFICATIONS: Hiring only experienced setters with at least 2 years’ relevant prior sales experience that are performance and results focused. Tell me your numbers, history of breaking records and smashing quotas in order to show me how you are a results over excuses type of B2B appointment setter. Make more money than you're used to with a very fast growing and exciting company.

Have fun selling the best in class platform to senior level executives of large brands.

M- F 7am -- 4pm.

Please submit your resume and elevator pitch on you by replying to this listing. Instant disqualification if anything is missing upon application. 

We'll get back to qualified applicants for a preliminary 30 minute interview by phone where we can share more about our proprietary software, answer any questions you may have and see if this is overall a good fit.










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