Business Today. A great place to work.

Why is Business Today a great place to work? As a leader in the small business resource market, we recognize the value each individual brings to our company.  Like all small businesses our employees are our extended family.  We don’t just offer jobs; we provide career opportunities. Whether you are new to the industry and looking for an entry-level position or you are a seasoned sales professional searching for an exciting opportunity, Business Today can help you find your place.

We operate under the motto “we work with the willing.”  We are looking for talented, competitive, and driven people who want to work in an environment that fosters teamwork, communication, recognition, and integrity. Business Today values training.  We provide a strong foundation to build on the knowledge, unique talent, and experience each individual brings to our company.
At Business Today, we view our clients as our top priority and our employees as our greatest asset.

Account Marketer

Duties & Responsibilities:

The Account Marketer is the initial contact with a prospective client.  By telephone, the Account Marketer verbally communicates with CEOs, Presidents, and owners of companies.  Through a brief presentation, he/she shares with them the benefits of the services that we provide. The Account Marketer then seeks to schedule an appointment for one of our National Account Executives.

The Account Marketer (AM) must have strong oral communication skills and good decision-making ability to represent Business Today with the highest degree of professionalism and integrity. Our AM’s have a strong understanding of the services provided by Business Today and the business acumen necessary to work with various client industries.

Ideal Candidate:

Must have one plus year(s) prior customer service and/or telemarketing related experience; High School graduate or GED; Sales and Marketing training courses and/or College degree is a plus. The ability to project personality, through voice, as well as diction and enunciation, are required. Excellent interpersonal skills are necessary. AM’s must have good decision making ability and be capable of working independently as well as with a team.

National Account Executive

The National Account Executive (NAE) receives appointments that are set by an Account Marketer.  They meet with CEO’s, Presidents, and owners of companies to discuss their business operations. During the initial meeting, the National Account Executive will qualify the lead and determine if the company is a potential candidate for our program.  The responsibility of the NAE is to determine what problems are keeping the business owner from achieving his maximum potential. Once these challenges and concerns have been identified, the NAE will demonstrate how the Entrenomics program will bring value and benefit to the company. 

Ideal Candidate:

Must have three plus year(s) of sales experience and general business knowledge. Business Administration or Marketing degree is a plus. This high-energy position calls for an individual who is both goal-oriented and self-motivated.  The successful National Account Executive (NAE) is independent, has a positive attitude, is motivated by success, and often has a strong personality. He or she is accomplished in dealing with individuals who own their own business or are senior executives. The ideal NAE is articulate and has the ability to explain the benefits of our services in a clear and concise manner to decision makers.


This position requires extensive (75%-90%) out of town travel on a regular basis. NAE’s leave on Sunday night and return on Thursday evening. Your travel may be anywhere in the United States or Canada.  Business Today coordinates, purchases, and prepays airfare, rental car, and hotel accommodations with each assignment.

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