Trash to Transportation Sales Plan Business Plan by NikkiK

Trash to Transportation Sales Plan
A sales organizational plan to launch TrashWagon successfully into Trash to Transportation Technologies.
# 91275 | 5,629 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2003 | US
Published on Dec 25, 2006 in Business (Marketing) , Business (Business Plans) , Business (General)


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Description:

This paper is a sales organization plan for a new sales organization within an already established company. The paper focuses on the new product, TrashWagon, within Trash to Transportation Technologies. The plan addresses supply problems, quality control issues, and customer service shortcomings, in order to ensure a successful product launch.

Table of Contents:
Introduction
Product
Target Markets
Channels Of Distribution
Sales Organization
Territory Management
Internal Sales Organization
External Sales Organization
Budget Plan
Year One Sales Forecast
Budget Administration
Sales Associate Staffing
Training
Motivation/Incentives/Compensation
Customer Service/Satisfaction
E-Business
Code of Ethics
Administration and Account Management
Forecasting Utilizing Market Research and Technology
Conclusion

From the Paper:

"Trash to Transportation Technologies is a developing a new organization to sell the TrashWagon, a hybrid vehicle that operates on trash-based fuel in urban areas where such fuel exists. Not restricted to urban use, the TrashWagon can also operate on traditional fossil fuels, so despite its unique features it can operate virtually anywhere a conventional vehicle can.
Since Trash to Transportation Technologies has been driven by research and development until this point, the implementation of a sales department is the next step for the company before beginning to conduct business. Rather than develop the product to sell through distributors or wholesalers, Trash to Transportation Technologies has decided to sell the product through TrashWagon retail outlets using its own sales force. Management staff that has previously concerned itself with raising capital for research and organizational funding, will now be developing the sales organization."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Boldt, D. (2003). Twentysomething. Dallas Observer. Retrieved March 2, 2003 from the World Wide Web: http://www.dallasobserver.com/alternativefuel/reviews/c230
  • Dalrymple, D., Cron, W., & DeCarlo, T.. (2001) Sales Management New York. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

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