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It's one of the most frequently asked interview questions: "Tell me about yourself." Your response will set the tone for the rest of the interview—no pressure! This question can be paralyzing, leaving you wondering what it is the interviewer really wants to know. Do they want to know what you did at your last gig? Your soft skills? How you named your cat? Actually, none of the above.
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Attention to the customer during the sales process and after the sale so as to satisfy all its needs is also important that they have built trust between the investor and the client and the client Give more attention to the circumstances of the investor and that the current flexible
Before going to client as an advisor ~ person must follow and enabled with the following key points ~ 1. Read 'about us' & business management letter to CIO or any key stakeholder or shareholder 2. Read AGM (Annual General Meeting) 3. Identify key industry focus and development they are planning towards 4. Align your technical portfolio with their business requirement such as , how you can catalyse them with the help of your technology ** Customer always wanted to listen their industry relevant phrases and no doubt the commercial language as well Regards, Vineet Prakash
The question were generally as you would expect in a sales interview, like Why Sales, what keeps you motivated, how will you handle rejections, are you okay with travelling, Are you okay with Bangalore as your location etc.
Have to agree with this. I had to wait for a full 6 hours for 2-3 rounds of interview. The initial round with screening managers was ok. The interview with the VP was really hilarious. Half the time he was talking as if he had just woken up from sleep. And that fake accent. Please behave like a VP. Never seen a VP in a dirty tshirt and jeans. The pre interview overview was over the top. Behaving like you are the only company in Bangalore is arrogant. I can only imagine working in this org will be disaster.