Overall Reviews at Vector Marketing
Manager in Training | El Paso, TX | Aug 21, 2018
Tedious, but has opportunities
A typical week for a representative at Vector included conducting phone calls to set up appointments and traveling to client homes to present cutlery. At the end of the week representatives are required to turn in their work sheets to which they will be compensated for appointments or sales through commission.
As a manager (in training), individuals are expected to set up interviews, assist managers in hiring, training new representatives, and helping conduct meetings. Managers are also expected to maintain the office and make sure everyone is caught up.
ProsFlexible for students
ConsTraveling and sales are difficult in some areas
Retail Assistant Manager | Kingsville, TX | Sep 5, 2019
make your own work hours. The more you put into the company the more rewards you will reep. There is a alot of chances for improvement. Moving up North will be your best bet!
Paraprofessional Aide | Tucson, AZ | Jun 19, 2018
A great job to start
Very independent. You have to be self motivated. I did develop confidence at this job. I learned how to present myself professionally and i developed great skills for future jobs.
Executive Assistant/Office Manager | Denver, CO | Dec 14, 2018
Vector Marketing is a great way to learn essential skills in an entry level role. You get what you put in. I have heard many bad reviews and they are due to the individuals. The company is awesome and offers many career advancements.
ProsAble to be your own boss
ConsNot the type of work that comes easy
Sales Intern | Grand Rapids, MI | Jul 27, 2018
High energy environment with a lot of flexability
A typical work day included: Calling clients, attending meetings, doing sales demonstrations
The management is great and very laid back
I learned about time management and personal drive
Laid back but at the same time very high energy
The hardest part of the job was making calls
The most enjoyable part of the job is the people
Sales Representative | Logan, UT | Feb 22, 2020
Very flexible, create your own work schedule
Since I was responsible to set up and complete online demonstrations, I was able to work around my school schedule as well as do my work at home. Very supportive management and coworkers. Seems like an easy job, but it's actually very hard, especially for someone who has a hard time taking initiative and creating schedules. Training is not paid, but I didn't have to pay for my sample kit.
Sales Representative | Bourbonnais, IL | Jun 12, 2018
This company is not a scam! A lot of people have been saying that!. It is a great job. Very flexible and pays well. People just don't want to work hard. Room for growth, very independent, great incentive program.
Sales Representative | Las Cruces, NM | May 14, 2018
Only for the few
This is a sales company with VERY high quality knives, however in order to make a sale you must follow a lot of scripted pitches. When you do make a sale the income is usually used to repay for the expenditures between sales, i.e. gas, clothes, demonstrations items such as foods, but you must also pay for your starter kit which is over $300.
Sales Representative | Visalia, CA | Jul 23, 2019
Working with Vector varies on the person. Me for example, I didn't have so much good luck due to the fact that I didn't have the right customers. If you do apply, who your customers are will be very important.
Cashier | Miami, FL | Jun 12, 2019
very interesting job, you learn how to become a sales men and how not to be shy with costumer. you also learn how to up sale product and how to manage your time.