Many a times job interviews are dull and drab. Not necessarily because you’re lacking, but it’s the interviewer’s ploy to actually see how forthcoming you are about getting the job. An interview isn’t only about answering questions.
You should ask some as well. Remember sales people are innately talkative, and if you’re looking to capture good sales jobs in Thailand, then utilize the skill to your advantage. While you are preparing for the interview, make note of a few good questions that you could ask. It will give you extra time to sell yourself and prove your credibility to the interview.
Sales is all about generating revenue for the company. And once you’re on the team, the company will obviously have profitable expectations from you.
At a later stage of the interview you can expect the interviewer to throw questions asking about what and how will you contribute to the profits of the organization. Show the interviewer the depth of your selling skills by giving a few examples and situations, and how you would ably tackle them successfully.
You cannot be a good salesperson if you lack social skills. A good part of any sales job will involve you in interacting and mingling with clients and customers. As it is, people in Thailand are famous for their friendliness, so if you want to work in Thailand, you’d have to have an affable personality.