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Lead Projection Specialist (Former Employee), Columbia, MDJuly 23, 2015
Pros: hour lunches
Cons: untrained Management
TSL Marketing was a growing company with weekly pot lucks .Wonderful team members. Lots of room for growth. People was very helpful .
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A Pleasant Place to Work
Business Development Specialist (Former Employee), Columbia, MDNovember 4, 2013
Pros: fun culture, positive people
Cons: telesales, unrewarding
Although the entry level positions are rather terrible, the culture they cultivate at TSL at times compensates for the telesales activities you perform. You cannot advance in the company without going through their pre-determined ladder, which forces people who may be very talented, to work in telesales, become discouraged and leave. It is certainly not for everyone.
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Laidback environment, friendly colleagues, but not the most stimulating job at entry level
Sr. LPS & Assistant Program Manager (Current Employee), Columbia, MDSeptember 5, 2012
Pros: fun and young colleagues
Cons: inconsistent values between middle management & the executive level
At the business development level you cold call IT Managers on behalf of an IBM, HP, or Avaya business partner. You utilize an internet based software called VanillaSoft that tracks your dials, warm leads, hot leads and not interested prospects. At the management level you facilitate team meetings, develop training modules, train new/existing employees, and communicate with the business partners to track campaign progress. Management has some conflicting ideas on how leads should be generated. There are two schools of thought - quantity VS. quality - and because they haven't decided on a definitive procedure, it can make being in business development very frustrating. Coworkers will be what get you through the day - the majority of the office consists of young professionals. The hardest part of the job is maintaining motivation and rejecting negativity - the most enjoyable part of the job (for me) is working internally to maintain employee satisfaction, and teaching whenever possible.
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Good job for students coming out of College
Business Technology Specialist (Current Employee), Boston, MAMarch 1, 2012
TSL Marketing has challenges, just like any other Company. The Company is good for students who just graduate out of College and looking for a Job.

About TSL Marketing

Founded in 1999, TSL's mission is to provide the most effective method companies use to sell. We will help our clients grow by – Read more