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May 232017
 


300 Resellers for Digital Network Domain

Our Client is charged with the sole responsibility of administering, managing and operating network domains in Kenya.

Responsibilities

300 resellers required who will sell the network domain.

They will be attached to different registrars that register the domain names

The resellers will be paid a commission of 15% per domain.

The resellers will earn about Ksh 400 per domain sell.

They will work at their own schedule, but will be required to send sales weekly reports to account mangers assigned to them.

They will be visiting various corporates around Nairobi to sell the network domain and therefore should be presentable.

They need to be people who will produce results i.e. sell target domains of about 100 to 200 domains per month.

After accomplishing this project successfully, resellers who achieve specified targets will be awarded with Certificates of Performance from the Company

Requirements

  • These people may be college leavers, unemployed youth, certificate or diploma holders who are aggressive, passionate in sales, self-driven, and hard working.
  • Must be neat and presentable
  • Must have the drive to sell, resilience to follow up with prospects and close sales
  • Must be highly disciplined to work independently and achieve desired results
  • Persons with self-confidence and good communications skills are highly desired

Interested persons to apply at cvs@cdl.co.ke

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