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sales force

noun [C]
 
 
WORKPLACE, COMMERCE, MARKETING
a group of employees whose job is to sell their company's products or services, especially by visiting or phoning customers and possible customers: build/control/manage a sales force It is impossible to manage a sales force without a tight control over the sales force turnover rate. a dynamic sales force a direct sales force
Translations of “sales force”
in Korean 판매 인력…
in Arabic فَريق مَبيعات…
in Portuguese vendedores, representantes…
in Catalan (conjunt de) venedors/representants…
in Japanese 営業部, 販売促進チーム…
in Italian agenti di vendita…
in Chinese (Traditional) 銷售人員,銷售大隊…
in Chinese (Simplified) 销售人员,销售队伍…
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