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Field Sales Executive - the most common field sales role which is a client facing role and a mix of new business generation and account management.  Typical basic salaries are £18K to £32K. 

 

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New Business Developer - Opening new accounts this is perceived to be one of the toughest of sales roles but is generally the most lucrative.  High OTE's compared to basics are normally an indication of high levels of new business generation.  Basics are normally £18K - £28K but the potential to earn can be in the £80Ks in certain sectors.

 

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