"• Work on building a book of business by calling potential customers or going to their business.
• Sell orders over the phone.
• Check to see if orders are in stock.
• Confer with customer regarding installation, set-up, or layout of agricultural equipment and machines.
• Be familiar with a type of equipment and how it operates or have knowledge in such areas as fertilizers and how they affect crops.
• Negotiate prices.
• Demonstrate how to use equipment and why the company needs the equipment or service.
• Recommend a different and more efficient product, machine, or service.
• Prepare reports.
• Conduct business transactions.
• Work different territories.
• Tell customer of estimated delivery schedule, service contracts, warranty, or other information pertaining to purchased products.
• Attend conferences to discover new products or machines.
• Perform extensive research.
• Test machines to ensure they are functioning properly.
• Create a list of sales leads.
• Keep abreast of market trends, needs, and new companies cropping up.
• Prepare contracts and ensure they are legally binding