Creating a sample business plan is an outstanding way for you to distinguish yourself from the competition in the medical sales, laboratory service sales, medical device sales, pathology sales, clinical and research laboratory sales, and pharmaceutical sales job search. I have received dozens of requests for a sample business plan, and I want to refer you all to my previous series of posts on the 30-day plan, the 60-day plan, and the 90-day plan. There are samples and links to samples in those.

Remember, the kind of business plan I’m referring to is nothing more than you researching your specific position in the medical sales field, analyzing what it takes to be successful in it, and writing a “to-do” list for yourself. Click here to read more.

Article by, Peggy McKee - aka “the medical sales recruiter”
www.phcconsulting.com

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