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Sales Management

   Added on 2023-04-03

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In the early age, cultural aspects, learning languages and travelling challenges restricted (Capacci, Scorcu and Vici, 2015). In 14 century
Christopher Columbus sailed westward and vasco da gama cruised to country for earn money then business travel has been integral part of
tourism industry(Cave and Brown 2012). Early tourism started with Nomads who
travelled around the world in search of food and shelter. Main intension of this traveller is to gathered food and traded around the world and
gave rise to the barter system (Capacci, Scorcu and Vici, 2015). 1500 BC is marked as the era when the Europeans visited pyramids and thus
developed the tourism for pilgrimage. Early tourism started with Nomads who travelled around the world in search of food and shelter. Main
intension of this traveller is to gathered food and traded around the world and gave rise to the barter system (Capacci, Scorcu and Vici, 2015).
1500 BC is marked as the era when the Europeans visited pyramids and thus developed the tourism for pilgrimage.
SALES
MANAGEMENT
Sales structure of the Argos helps to define the policies and procedures of the
sales. It helps to increase the sales of the company. It is related with how Argos
sells their products and services to their customers. There are various types of
sales structure such as-
Geographical organizational structure
Product sales force structure
Market based structure
Benefits of sales structure: There are certain benefits which are
described as below:
It helps to improve the transparency that will help in an
effective decision making.
It also helps to reduce the conflict related with all the
channels.
It helps to build coordination.
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