Stericycle Ranked on Selling Power’s 2018 “50 Best Companies to Sell For” List

Stericycle today announced that it has ranked on Selling Power’s “50 Best Companies to Sell For” list. The company ranked 31 on the list, which includes companies of all sizes with sales forces ranging from fewer than 100 salespeople to companies with sales force numbers in the thousands.

“We’re extremely proud of our sales team and the great selling culture we’ve established,” said Dan Galbraith, Stericycle Senior Vice President of Sales. “Every day our sales force works to solve our customers’ challenges, and we strive to ensure that the team is supported, recognized and rewarded for their efforts. This ranking acknowledges our company-wide focus on creating a sales environment that is built around attracting and retaining the best salespeople in the industry.”

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To rank companies, Selling Power’s research team issued a comprehensive application to evaluate the companies based on these categories:

  1. Compensation and benefits
  2. Sales-rep onboarding and sales enablement
  3. Sales training and coaching
  4. Sales culture

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In 2018, Stericycle implemented more than 25 new training & development courses ranging from consultative selling skills to sales leadership college. Through these courses, Stericycle has trained more than 350 sales team members, further proving Stericycle’s Selling Power rank in building a world class sales team.

“The companies on this year’s list represent the future of selling,” says Gschwandtner. “We are living in the age of sales enablement. To win at an elite level, salespeople need the support of excellent sales training, the right technology, and great sales coaching. The 50 Best Companies to Sell For have made the right investments, culturally and financially, to make sure their salespeople have every advantage as they compete to win deals and generate more revenue.”

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