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  • 2018 Grant Recipients Share Concepts of Their Research Proposal

    Each SEF grant recipient will publish their research in national and international journals. What their outcomes reveal is beneficial to industry and academia. Their papers shed light on many issues confronting the sales industry. Today we highlight the team of Scott Friend, Kumar Rakesh Ranjan and Jeff S. Johnson, Ph.D. whose winning proposal is titled,…

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  • 2018 SEF Research Grant Recipients Announced

    The Sales Education Foundation is proud to announce the recipients of our 2018 SEF Research Grant Program. Grants of $5,000 each were awarded to: • Scott Friend (Miami University), Kumar Rakesh Ranjan (Indian Institute of Calcutta) and Jeff S. Johnson, Ph.D. (University of Missouri-Kansas City) for their proposal titled Failing Fast; Assessing the contingent benefits…

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  • Opening for Assistant Professor at Central Michigan University

    The College of Business Administration at Central Michigan University is accepting applications for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level in the area of Marketing/Sales to commence August 2019. Principle responsibilities include teaching courses in sales in the nationally ranked Professional Sales Program. Also required are scholarly and creative activities, and service to the…

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  • Professional Sales Forum at University of Tennessee Wraps Up Conference and Competition

    The Professional Sales Forum at the University of Tennessee has taken great steps to grow their program since August 2017. In addition to an expanded list of sponsors, they recently held the 1st Annual Sales Forum Conference in April. The conference began with a reception dinner on Wednesday, April 4th. Thursday was reserved as a…

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