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Based on 1,092 responses, the job of Regional Sales Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.03 out of 5. On average, Regional Sales Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Regional Sales Manager?

October 2018
"Great small town."
Regional Sales Manager in Dale:
Pros: 20 minutes from home
Cons: pay restrictions
December 2020
"Great Company but non commission employees get very low pay."
Regional Sales Manager in Snohomish:
Pros: Helping people
Cons: Some times other managers don’t stay within their own job description.
January 2014
"Shawn's Review."
Regional Sales Manager:
Pros: Direct contact with people, closeness to the president and decision maker.
Cons: Negativity from other staff, micromanaging by the president.
January 2014
Regional Sales Manager:
Evaluate business from the existing customers and plan to create new customers who will at least double the business in next two years.
January 2014
"Its not what you do but how you do."
Regional Sales Manager:
Believe in people but always follow figures.
March 2014
"Difficult product to sell."
Regional Sales Manager:
Be Informed & do research about the company.
April 2014
"Great To Be Driving RE In Developing Markets."
Regional Sales Manager:
Pros: The regional travel and meeting clients. Driving RE in the region. Contributing to Climate Change mitigation. Working in the energy sector. Facilitating cross cultural understanding.
Cons: The stress in delivering competitive tenders. The constant technical updates.