Where/how do I find sales people, in the United States, to work for my start-up. Is there a website for this kind of situation


My start-up is finally coming together; however, I am in dire need of a solid sales team to go out into the market and attract customers. I want to pay them per store they sign-up. Can anyone refer me to website that can help me with my problem?

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asked Jan 12 '11 at 18:20
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May I suggest two things:

1) Rephunter.net or replocate.com attracts a lot of sales agents and SMB resellers...


2) Look for reseller partnerships you will have abetter chance of success unless you have the cash flow to hire sales reps...Also note if you haven't sold your product yourself first chances are a direct sales rep will not perform up to your standard...

answered Feb 16 '11 at 06:48
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  • Thanks for the info, I was looking for Technical Sales Reps and it looks like Rephunter was just what the doctor ordered. – Mike Brown 13 years ago


Elance.com is for outsourcing and has people from the US. Some of those people may be interested. It is largely for product work.

You could also look on linked in if you know the right way to search.

answered Jan 15 '11 at 06:57
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www.startuply. com is a good source for hiring workers for your startup. There is a certian type of personality that is attracted to a startup. Some people look for more job security, less risk. Most startups that I know about are high pressure, low income, and can barely afford to keep the lights on. Startuply also has some well funded ventures, so well worth checking out.

Craigslist is still my favorite place to put a job posting. A member here operates *Techhotbed.co *m Might want to check that out too, looks promising.

answered Jan 13 '11 at 11:33
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  • Thank you for your response. I will look into both of those websites! – User6528 13 years ago
  • No worries. You might also want to consider affiliate marketing if your pricing allows for it. – Frank 13 years ago

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