Become an Account Executive
Maybe you have considered direct sales programs, the kind that require you to sell products to your friends. Maybe you want to work part-time but haven’t found an opportunity that will also offer career development. Or maybe you have been out of work and need a path to re-enter the workforce. We understand and that’s why we are recruiting a motivated sales team that wants to earn recurring revenue while maintaining a flexible schedule.
If you are self-driven, outgoing, want career mentorship and care about earning money, you are ready to go through the Park Place Payments sales training program. As an Account Executive, you sell payment processing to local businesses, meaning you earn commission on every credit card sale that a business processes, every month for the life of the account.
When you become an Account Executive, there are no limits to what you can achieve. Vacation funds? Check. College savings? Check. Down payments? Check.
You set goals and we support you in achieving them with a leadership team that guides you through the process, offers weekly sales training and career development, and even prepares your proposals for you. No payments experience necessary.
Once you have filled out this form, you will be prompted to pay your one time $199 course fee. Then you will receive an invitation to Park Place Academy. Complete the course and it’s off to the races.
Have questions? We are happy to talk with you directly about the opportunity, the training, and how to apply for a full scholarship to Park Place Academy. Contact Selina Meere, our VP Marketing and Business Development anytime: firstname.lastname@example.org or (888) 727-5456 Option #2.
What do I get in return for the $199?
Park Place Academy’s online sales and payments training course
Ongoing weekly live video sales training
Career mentorship and development
Personalized business cards and a professional email address
A welcome kit
Access to marketing materials
The development of all proposals
Support in prospecting and closing
A career in financial services