5 sales jobs at Austin tech companies where the product sells itself

Anthony Sodd

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Lead Development Sales Manager at Bigcommerce

What you will do: You’ll be creating a sales and lead development strategy and building a lead development team.

Why you want to do it: You’ll get to run a sales team at a really cool and quickly growing company. Plus, they keep beer inside the office at all times and subsidize gym memberships to help you burn it back off.

Who they want: Somebody with at least five years of experience leading a sales team.


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Director, Paid Media Sales at Sprinklr

What you will do: You’ll be closing new sales on paid media opportunities.

Why you want to do it: Selling paid media is sexier than selling other stuff. Plus, the company wants you to advise them on what they should be building, so you should be selling something you believe in.

Who they want: Somebody with at least seven years of business development or sales experience.


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Inside Sales: Software Advisor at Software Advice

What you will do: You’ll spend most of your day on the phone advising software buyers. You’ll figure out what the buyer’s needs are so that you can recommend different software systems to them.

Why you want to do it: You’ll be working with an awesome team, and it’s a great opportunity to break into the industry.

Who they want: Someone who is a quick learner with a competitive streak that likes to talk on the phone.


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Sales Manager at Spredfast

What you will do: You’ll be selling Spredfast’s Experiences Platform. That basically means you’ll be coming up with and pitching digital marketing campaigns to potential clients.

Why you want to do it: Spredfast is a fun place to work. They have a casual office in the center of Austin, and they cater lunches four days a week. Plus, there’s ping pong.

Who they want: Someone with at least four years of experience moving prospects through the sales funnel.


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Business Development at Foodee

What you will do: You’ll be selling Foodee’s services to people with job titles like office manager, executive assistant and human resources manager.

Why you want to do it: You’ll get to launch the brand in Austin, which is a pretty sweet opportunity for a foodie with some serious ambition.

Who they want: A friendly foodie with at least a year of experience in sales or business development.


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