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Account Executive

NatureBox is seeking a driven team player to join our fast-paced Sales team as a full-time B2B Account Executive. Our ideal candidate will possess superior interpersonal and communication skills, unshakeable hunger for success, a strong self-awareness, and the ability to tell a compelling brand story.

Here at Naturebox, we have combined unique ingredients with innovation to build the first and only “Unlimited” snacking program for offices of all sizes. As a team, we all work together to enrich offices across the United States through more mindful snacks. It’s time to start feeling great about snacking!

Responsibilities:

  • Manage full sales-cycle of qualified leads from initial outreach through closing call
  • Identify, develop and maintain a sales pipeline with a thoughtful approach
  • Exceed sales targets using forward-thinking value-based sales approaches and techniques
  • Sell the NatureBox story to new leads through in-person meetings, web product demonstrations and snack samplings
  • Work as a team with your Account Manager to set the proper expectations throughout entire sales-cycle
  • Collaborate with other Account Executives to share knowledge and develop new selling strategies that push you and our organization forward

Requirements:

  • 2+ years of high volume quota carrying B2B sales experience
  • Experience developing a territory through inbound nurturing and outbound generation
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced sales environment
  • Evidence of commitment to a sales strategy / methodology
  • History of detailed time management skills
  • Team player with a highly competitive spirit

Desired:

  • Experience in both transactional and SMB/Mid-market sales (food-tech a plus)

Benefits:

  • Unlimited vacation & paid holidays
  • Health, dental and vision plans
  • Uncapped commission
  • Unlimited snacks, frequent catered lunches, team events
  • Dog Friendly Office

About NatureBox:

Founded in 2012, NatureBox has built one of the fastest growing food brands in the country. Hungry to make discovering bold, delicious foods easier, we are on a mission to empower consumers and offices with direct access to better-for-you snacks.

NatureBox harnesses consumer data to drive personalized, real-time innovation and bring new products to market in a matter of weeks - a timeline unfathomable to major food brands. We offer over 100 distinctive products under that NatureBox brand - each is crafted with only the highest quality ingredients and no high fructose corn syrup, trans fats, artificial colors, artificial flavors, and artificial sweeteners.

NatureBox is an Equal Opportunity Employer that celebrates and welcomes diversity.

NatureBox is located in Redwood City, CA.

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