Last updated on August 5th, 2020 at 02:48 pm

An experienced salesman interviews for a job. He tries to make some impression with the keys he left on the table, and with his expensive attire.Demonstrating your sales skills in a role play, or showcasing your design skills directly in an interview. These are just some of the challenges you will deal with if you want to get a job in sales, or in marketing.

We will try to help you to learn how to answer the interview questions, and how to convince them that you can bring an actual value to their teams.

This is a relatively new section on InterviewPenguin.com, and we will add more articles in the following months.

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