Undergraduate Blog / Tag: Sales

Johnny Bui

What You Need to Know Before Starting a Career In Real Estate

My journey into real estate started not that long ago in the summer of 2018, when I was required to take the Massachusetts Real Estate exam. In order to begin my internship at Boston City Properties, I had to have my Real Estate License in order to send, receive, and interact with clients entering the…

Johnny Bui

Time Management: Stay True, Stay You

Time management is being able to allocate your time effectively to spend on specific activities while also taking care of yourself. Done correctly, this would allow you to complete more, lower fatigue, and increase productivity. At LearnLux, there are always multiple projects that I have to juggle, which I find as a perk. I usually…

Back to The First Day of Work

I always wondered what changes should I made if I restart my job again. I must have a detailed understanding of each department’s functions, responsible person, and personnel composition in Hooli Home Inc. As a sale person, I should understand each colleague’s hobbies, personalities, preferences, etc. In this way, I can position myself accurately in…

Alisson Amaral

Adaptability and the sales process

This summer I have been having an amazing opportunity to intern back home at a startup focused on education. As I mentioned in the previous post, one of the main reasons that influenced me to choose a startup instead of a big corporation was the flexibility in the program. I was offered the opportunity to…

Miranda Ditmore

How Do You Know if the Jobs a Fit?

I never thought I would be in sales. My concentration is operations, and my work experience has been in marketing, management, nonprofits, service, and logistics. Just last summer I was looking into human resources or supply chain work, yet I’m currently in a sales internship that I really enjoy, at a company I can see…

Donna Sosnowski

Learnings from 2017 HubSpot Sales Competition

This post was written by Alex Jong Kyu Lim, ’18. www.alexjongkyulim.com Hubspot, a global inbound marketing and sales platform company (proudly made in Boston), hosted its 1st Annual Inbound Sales Bootcamp. I decided to participate since I wanted to learn not only more about IT sales, but also how this event would be run from an education…

Priscilla Joy Ning

Why Sales Might Be the Perfect Fit for You

Heading into my first semester at Babson, I had my heart set on pursuing a career in Marketing. I had loved my previous Marketing internships and thought there was no better fit. If NatureBox had not offered me a Corporate Sales experience, I might not have given Sales a shot. The reality is, Sales is…

Priscilla Joy Ning

5 Reasons Why Startups Are Stealing The Best Talent

L Marks Working at NatureBox for the past three weeks has been an absolute whirlwind of new experiences. But admittedly, while I was driving to my new home in Silicon Valley, I was wondering what all the fuss surrounding the startup culture was truly about. After all, the area looked exactly like the Southern California…

Vicky Keller

A Career in Sports: An Endeavor Worth Taking

Last week Dan Dropkin-Frank, Sales Manager at New England Revolution, visited the Sports Marketing class at Babson Collage.  As a guest blogger this week he shares his career journey to achieving his ultimate goal of breaking into the sports industry–a winding path, but as he states, “an endeavor worth taking”.     I quickly shut down GMail because I…

Brandon Morrison

27 Outs

Having basically completed my internship for the summer it is now time to reflect on my experience selling Spinners tickets. To do this I am going to look at both the sports side and business aspect, selling tickets. Looking at the sports side of things first, there is definitely some good and bad. The best…