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Darren Schwartz, senior vice president of north American sales for Groupon, said Phoenix will certainly be the sixth Groupon sales office in the U.S. and Canadian markets.
Groupon is opening a Phoenix sales office and hiring twenty full-time sales representatives to extend the company’s relationships along with regional businesses.
This will certainly be the sixth Groupon office in the U.S. and Canadian markets, along with the initial sales office in the Mountain time zone, said Darren Schwartz, senior vice president of North American sales for Groupon.
“Groupon loves Phoenix and Phoenix loves Groupon,” Schwartz said in an email. “It’s a thriving Leading 10 market for us, and opening a sales office there offers us along with better coverage across various time zones to extend our relationships along with regional businesses.”
The Chicago-based deals business is still looking for an exact place for the office, yet expects it to be within the better Phoenix/Scottsdale area. The office is planned to open in February, Schwartz said.
Initially, Groupon (Nasdaq: GRPN) strategies to hire twenty full-time inside sales reps. The business is seeking “tenacious” people along with “strong” negotiation skills, diligence and experience in a business-to-firm sales organization.
Applications are being accepted now and a task reasonable will certainly be held Jan. 19-22 at Scottsdale Marriott Suites Old Town.
Applicants need to use in advance here and will certainly be alerted if they’re eligible for an interview throughout the task fair.
Groupon initial debuted in the Phoenix market in August 2009. The business is currently featuring much more compared to 2,800 regional deals in the Phoenix market, and much more compared to 15,000 regional Phoenix location merchants have actually been featured on the site.
Groupon operates in much more compared to 45 countries, and additionally has actually offices in Brand-new York, Palo Alto, California; San Francisco and Seattle.
Hayley Ringle covers technology and startups for the Phoenix firm Journal.