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Sales is sales, but its always best to know the product, including
operating statistics, ADs, mods and of course the FARs as they
relate to the aircraft youre representing. Since this is a high
ticket item, your prospects will expect a good relationship and will
depend on you for advice.
Sorry to say, but what we dont need is another scum bag broker taking
a persons money while smiling and convincing him how experienced you
were in a previous life. Honesty and integrety equals longevity.
On Tue, 28 May 2002 02:27:59 GMT, email@example.com (CB) wrote:
>I was hoping to find out if anyone out there has had any experience
>with aircraft sales. Lets say someone had at least 10 successful
>years of sales and marketting experience, in a different field, behind
>them and they had an opportunity to get into sales. How long would it
>take to really grasp the whole concept of selling aircraft?
>I was just curious what to expect and the how the market is now and
>what to expect in the future.
>Thanks in advance
> CB ------------------
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