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Sales Recruiting in Atlanta: How Growth is Impacting Employers

by Ryan Thornton | Published on - June 21, 2016

Since 2013, Atlanta has become something of an economic unicorn. The city and its surrounding areas have enjoyed strong job growth, especially in well-paying professional and business services jobs. Yet, the region continues to boast a relatively low cost of living, especially when it comes to housing. At the same time, both state and local

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The 25 Sales Books Every New Sales VP Needs to Read

by Ryan Thornton | Published on - June 15, 2016

The new VP Sales has the opportunity and responsibility to achieve aggressive growth targets, and make a deep impact on company-wide culture. That’s why we’ve hand-picked these 25 sales books (in no particular order) from the best in the field and organized them into the 5 key responsibilities of the new sales executive: Lead a

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San Jose’s Sales Hiring Landscape

by Ryan Thornton | Published on - March 1, 2016

San Jose is the largest city in Silicon Valley, home to a world-class roster of companies that have defined our era and irrevocably influenced the global economy. The region is a base for established Fortune 500 businesses while new, innovative startups are fueled by the highest concentration of venture capital in the world. The area

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Top 10 Sales Movies of All-Time

by Ryan Thornton | Published on - January 28, 2016

Since Peak Sales continuously recruits top performing sales professionals, we thought it might be interesting to put together a list of the 10 best sales movies we’ve seen. If you have any other favorites or have any thoughts on our list, comment them below! In no particular order, here are Peak’s top 10 sales movies of

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Raleigh’s Sales Hiring Landscape

by Ryan Thornton | Published on - January 14, 2016

Fans of college sports are no doubt familiar with the Raleigh, N.C. area. The University of North Carolina Tar Heels in Chapel Hill, the Duke Blue Devils in Durham and the North Carolina State Wolfpack are perennial competitors in the NCAA men’s and women’s college basketball tournaments. And those in the tech community know that