Red Ten NYC Aim to Instil the Concept of Enterprise in Sales Force

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Outsourced sales and marketing firm Red Ten NYC have announced that the firm’s successful Management Training Program will be launched in Boston and Dallas, where the Manhattan-based company expanded earlier this year. The program aims to foster local talent and instil entrepreneurial qualities in the sales force.

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In these difficult economic times, developing small businesses is more important than ever.

Red Ten NYC has been running the Management Training Program in their New York office for just under a year. The scheme is available to the entire sales force and enables ambitious individuals to learn business management skills. A source from Red Ten NYC said “The reasoning behind the program was that we had a number of talented individuals on our sales force who were lacking in the skills needed to progress further. Our company ethos is always to promote from within, so we can develop individuals with limited experience into future entrepreneurs and managers. The program is available to all, which means the most ambitious people self-select for promotion by outperforming everyone else.”

Red Ten NYC runs weekly seminars which teach skills such as Risk Analysis, Creating Vision, Culture of Productivity, Innovation and Leadership. The company offers a merit-based advancement structure that rewards individuals with the best attitude, work ethic, and willingness to learn. A source from Red Ten NYC’s senior management team said: “Frequently we find individuals with great potential but little direction. When it comes to selecting new team members we look for people who have ambition to try something new, an open mind and the willingness to work hard. The Management Training Programme channels this talent in a positive direction and provides them with options they may not have previously considered.”

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Enterprise and business skills are important to the country’s future, as studies show that small businesses are essential to the US economy. The US Small Business Administration states that small businesses, which are independent firms with fewer than 500 employees, provide just under half of all private sector employment and accounted for 65% of all new jobs created between 1993 and 2009. Small businesses are considered to have cultures more supportive of innovation, as outlined in the SBA article “Small Firms: Why Market-Driven Innovation Can’t Get Along without Them” which states that small patenting firms are 13 times more innovative than large patenting firms. A source from Red Ten NYC said: “In each of the Red Ten NYC offices we tend to keep the size of the sales force at around 20 people, as we find that the culture of a small business allows for more creativity and innovation. In these difficult economic times, developing small businesses is more important than ever.”

Red Ten NYC provides cost-effective marketing and customer acquisition strategies for clients in telecoms industry. They have offices in New York, Dallas and Boston.

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