All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by Express Vending employees based on 69 reviews.
 
 
Responsibility:
3.9/5
 
Work Life Balance:
3.8/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
4.2/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
4.2/5
 
Company Culture:
4.3/5
 
Career Progression:
4.2/5
 
Colleagues:
4.4/5
 
Training:
4.7/5
 
Enjoyment:
4.1/5
 
Overall Rating:
4.2/5
 

Express Vending are rapidly expanding, and we’re looking for talented, charismatic graduates who want to make an impact. 

We are the leading supplier of high quality refreshments around the UK selling high value business-to-business solutions. In 2014, 2015 and 2016 The Job Crowd named us The Top Graduate Employer in the Consumer Goods industry! 

Developing graduates is one of our key beliefs, and it’s something we’ve invested in from day one. It’s been part of the reason for our huge success, and it will continue to be one of our main objectives.  

We have ambitious growth plans to be a £50 million business by 2020, and we know that the only way we’ll achieve this is by developing a team of super successful graduates. These people are the backbone of our business, and the driving force behind everything we do.

We’re the leading independent provider of food and drink solutions to businesses in the UK, supplying coffee, tea, snacks, fresh food and cold drinks in all types of workplaces. Our business has doubled in the last five years, and our turnover now exceeds £30 million. Working for Express Vending, you’ll be part of a company that is set to double again in the next five years, and you’ll have the chance to rise through the ranks. 

As the leading supplier of high value business-to-business solutions in the UK, we know the importance of investing in your staff. If you’re an ambitious high achiever, with bags of enthusiasm and proven success, we want you to join our sales team.

With Express Vending, you’ll have ongoing training throughout your career, which includes an international trip each year. Senior sales managers and Directors play an important role in training and development, and will help to develop you into a highly successful member of the team.  

If successful, you’ll not only receive a first class training programme, but also be part of a structured, fast-track career development plan that will take you to management level and beyond.  

For more information on our graduate recruitment scheme and to download our brochure please click here


Number of Graduate Positions this year
Between 20-30

Total number of company employees
220-250

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Contact Details 01442 84 00 88
recruitment@expressvending.co.uk
http://www.expressvending.co.uk/about-us/careers/graduate-sales-programme

Contact: Alex Pittson

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Application Advice:

Tailor your application to the job
Take time to work out why you want to go into sales
Be confident

Interview Advice:

You will do an in-depth run through of your CV
Be prepared to explain why you made certain decisions (eg. choice of Uni)

Inside Sales Team Supervisor, New Business Sales Team at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Research the company and the industry.

Interview Advice:

Be ready to answer why you want a role in sales.

Sales Executive, New Business at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Make your CV stand out.

Interview Advice:

Be confident in the decisions you've made through your past work experience & education.

Marketing Executive, Marketing at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Be passionate.

Graduate – Account Manager, at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Be yourself.

Interview Advice:

Be confident and be prepared to answer tricky questions.

Essentials Account Manager, Everyday Essentials at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Be thorough in the CV, highlight sporting interests.

Interview Advice:

Be confident.

Account Manager, Everyday Essentials at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Go for it!

Account Manager, at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Be yourself.

Account Manager, Everyday Essentials at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Make impact, the first 15 minutes of meeting someone determine their first impression of you. Ensure your first impression is confident, sociable and memorable.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and try to showcase your personality as much as possible, this counts just as much if not more than your academic achievements.

Sales Executive, New Business at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

The role is challenging and requires strong commitment levels.

Interview Advice:

Interview is not like a regular job interview, they want to get to know your personality more than anything so make sure you're being yourself and don't be afraid to make jokes!

Sales Executive, New Business at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Be honest and show what makes you unique.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

Sales Executive, Graduate Sales Academy at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Be yourself! Be confident and enjoy the day.

Interview Advice:

Ask lots of questions and engage in group discussion and activity.

Sales Executive, Sales at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, be honest and be ready to work hard.

Interview Advice:

- What is the most reckless thing you've ever done?
- Why Sales & Why you?
- Name a time when you have faced rejection. How did you overcome it?
- Why did you study the degree you studied?

Graduate Sales Executive, New Business at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Be outgoing / confident.

Interview Advice:

Be personable and prepared. Let your personality shine through.

Graduate Sales Executive, Graduate Academy at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Be yourself! Express are looking for people with personalities and not ready-made salesmen.

Interview Advice:

Don't give the 'interview answer' - honesty and being yourself will be received far better!

Graduate Sales Executive, Graduate Academy at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Be confident that this is the career for you; be yourself; really make sure you know why you want to pursue a career in sales.

Interview Advice:

- What's the biggest rejection you've faced?
- What's your greatest life achievement?
- Why sales?

Graduate Academy at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Smart CV, no waffle, have a proven track record of achievements/winning in life, be calm and confident in your phone interview.

Interview Advice:

Be confident and engaging, massive curveball questions will be thrown at you, take them in your stride and don't falter. Be prepared to have your CV picked apart and life-decisions scrutinised. Interviewers are looking for normal, personable individuals, not show-ponies or nervous wrecks.

If the thought of hours on the phone makes you quake in your boots, don't bother applying. You need to be mentally strong and willing to work hard to earn money. The cash people make here is staggering, always achieved through grind and hard work. But the role itself is varied, you will run your own diary, lead your own meetings, and learn a lot about how business works.

Sales Executive, Sales Academy at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

- Be yourself, do not be afraid to ask questions!
- Be honest with all your answers!

Interview Advice:

- Make sure your personality shines through - any extra curricular activity always goes down well!

Sales Executive, London and Home Counties at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Get involved with loads at University (eg. leadership positions, sports, academics, volunteering)! Try and have some work experience or internships!

Interview Advice:

Make sure you show as much of your personality as possible during the Assessment Day and Interviews! It will really make you stand out! (Be funny!)

Graduate Sales Executive, at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Definitely be yourself. Don't be phased or afraid to take on a challenge or voice your opinion. Your ideas really do count and every idea that is brought to the table is a good one. Don't worry about not knowing everything, because you will learn and develop your skillset over time.

Interview Advice:

Again, it's really important to be yourself and relax. At interview, you really want to sell yourself and give clear insight into what you can bring to the table. Talk about what you've achieved and be confident in what you can bring to Express too.

Digital Marketing Executive, at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Make sure you have a solid CV with how each experience would be applicable to the job that you are applying for.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared for anything and any question. Each of the 4 graduates currently here were all asked totally different questions, saw different people and the process is not the same as the sales graduates.

Do your research on the company, know your stuff and show good emotional intelligence.

Operations Graduate, Operations at Express Vending
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Interview Advice:

Be yourself, be relaxed, be confident, be prepared!

People are often told to be themselves and rarely do this! Being yourself will show your own confidence and come across well in interviews. Very importantly, be prepared!

Sales Executive, at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Be yourself... everyone here plays a massive part of the team and we are all great friends. Make sure you come across bubbly and driven and have fun in your interview. Make sure you know what you want to earn and achieve in the next 3 years and Express will make it happen

Interview Advice:

Come looking smart.. First impressions count, especially as we are always meeting new customers!

Senior Sales Exec, London at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Be prepared! Really think about why you want to go into sales and what makes you a good candidate.
Be confident and make sure you are noticed.

Interview Advice:

You will need to talk about your educational background as well as extra curricular activities.
The interview is quite harrowing so you need to show your resilience!

Sales executive, New business at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Be confident, different and socially aware.

Sales Executive, New Business at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Stand out and be honest about who you are and what you want to achieve. We are not pod people with the same skills and attributes - Express, pride themselves on seeing potential in people who may not fulfill the traditional sales person profile, so don't try to be what you think they're looking for!

Interview Advice:

Be prepared for a lengthy chat!

Sales Executive, New Business Sales at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

The application process is tough, they interview lots of candidates and take on only the best people. Ensure you do your research and appreciate the opportunity.

Interview Advice:

Have in mind demonstrable experiences of leadership, teamwork and commercial skills.

Operations Graduate, Operations at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Don't forget to include everything you do outside of work/University - anything else you are passionate about.

Interview Advice:

Don't be afraid to show your personality! Be yourself!

Account Manager, CRM Home Counties at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Always include CV and cover letter. Make sure you talk about what you like to do outside of work.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you look smart and professional. Be confident but remember to stay relaxed!

Head of Graduate Recruitment, Recruitment at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and don't overthink the process. Express aren't looking for people with sales experience necessarily, they simply want to see a candidate that has real potential and a strong work ethic. Also someone who is enthusiastic about the company and role and can show confidence and present themselves well.

Interview Advice:

Again, don't overthink it. Have fun with the interview, don't be too serious and be yourself.

Don't be afraid to say you want to work in the sales for the money and emphasize your academic and extra curricular achievements. Anything that can set you apart from other candidates is key.

Sales Executive, Graduate Academy at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Express has a work hard play hard attitude so make show you can demonstrate this through past experiences. Express like people that can demonstrate continual achievement throughout their past, both through education and extra-curricular.

Interview Advice:

To be yourself, bring lots of energy and throw your personality out there so that the company can get an idea of what you're really like.

Sales Executive, Graduate Academy at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Dress very smartly for assessment day and interview. Girls- keep it traditional and smart- nothing too out there. Guys- no beards, no brown shoes! Wear a tie if you have one.

Prepare well for presenting why you want the job and why you would be a good fit for the company. Be confident and don't lie.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared to discuss your CV in detail- so if you are hiding something- just be honest!

Do not be overly confident or arrogant.

Sales Executive, Graduate Academy at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Be yourself in the interview! Don't be nervous, be confident, self-assured and know exactly why you want to be in sales. This way when you are having a bad day, you know in your head why you started!

Interview Advice:

Have some 'in-life' scenarios of times you've had to show resilience as this is really key in a job like this. Also bring something to the table which will make someone remember you!!

Sales Executive, New Business at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Get in contact before your assessment day/interview to understand the KPIs and daily activities. They will be honest and the keenness shown to do this will be hugely beneficial.

Interview Advice:

Clean shaven and black shoes. Express Vending are not wrong to place emphasis on the image of their salespeople - first impression does count.

Ask how your role may develop or how they structure their full sales cycle.

Sales Account Manager, Everyday Essentials at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

It's not for the faint-hearted. If you do not enjoy being challenged, questioned and have the self motivation to drive personal projects then this job will not suit you.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared for anything. The four graduates were all asked different questions in all of our interviews, which then aren't the same as what the sales teams were asked.

Fail to prepare, prepare to fail.

Read up on everything you can about the company, the industry and business development strategies.

Operations Graduate, Operations at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Be yourself - simple. Express and know the type of people they want to recruit. If you have what it takes, you won't slip through the net!

Sales Executive, Sales at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Be yourself but think about why you want to go into sales and what will drive you to be successful.

Sales Executive, Sales at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

What you put in you get out

Interview Advice:

Relax and be yourself, enjoy it

Account Manager, London at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

You must be organised, motivated, driven and very resilient! Always work towards a goal

Interview Advice:

be yourself, bubbly, talkative but not arrogant.

London Account Manager, Sales at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and show your personality

Interview Advice:

Think why you want to work in sales and what else you want to achieve in your life prior to the interview

Account Manager, Account Management at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Be honest

Interview Advice:

Be confident

Sales Executive, Essentials at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Have to be prepared to work very hard. It's not all about what education you have (although that is important) it is also about the kind of person you are and your personality.
They would need to be resilient and be able to take rejection on the chin and not let it affect them.
Need to be able to interact well with new people and very personable.

Interview Advice:

Bring lots of personality and enthusiasm and be fun in a professional way. Be confident and not afraid to ask any questions you might have, for example, at the end of the interview ask them if they are going to give you the job, it is a sign that you're confident in asking important questions.

Sales Executive, Everyday Essentials at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Know what you want to achieve in both the short and long-term, and believe in yourself.

Interview Advice:

Come to your interview fully aware of the company and what we do here. Also, have justification for everything on your CV - you are likely to be questioned on it all at some stage.

Again, confidence, self-belief and ambition are essential.

Sales Executive, Everyday Essentials at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Be yourself!!.. The business is looking for people who have a great personality and could fit well in the existing team. We like to have a lot of fun along with working hard, so make sure you are the type of person who wants to learn a lot, work in an exciting environment and make a lot of money.

Interview Advice:

As before the most important thing.. be yourself! Make sure you have short and long term goals in mind, be prepared to talk about your previous experience as well as what you do in your spare time. Don't be scared to have a laugh and make sure you understand Express Vending.

Sales, New Business at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

If you are interested in sales it is a must! The scheme is extremely beneficial and I have learnt a substantial amount of information in just two weeks!

If you know you will be focused and ready for a career which will turn you into a real professional- Express Vending is the place.

I have never been in a work environment where a team is so "family orientated" Therefore I look forward to work everyday!

Interview Advice:

Simply be yourself- Express Vending have a fantastic professional team and they know what they want!

Sales Executive, Academy 1 at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Be sure sales is for you!

Interview Advice:

Research the company. Demonstrate resilience, success and drive

Sales Executive, Sales at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Be sure to research the company and the realities of a career in sales

Interview Advice:

Be yourself! Research the industry and the company - try and speak to someone here before you come in to find out about the culture - we don't bite!

Sales Executive, Sales at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Be pro-active, learn a bit about the company and gain some knowledge on skills required in sales.

Interview Advice:

Know what motivates you in life, and why you would be a perfect fit at Express.

Account Manager, CRM at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Research sales and the market to ensure you know that sales is the right career for you.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself - show that you understand sales and are driven.

Account Manager, at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

People buy from People.... be yourself. We only recruit people that we feel will fit within our business, and who our customers will like, ahead of even talking about machines and solutions! If you're yourself in the application and write a covering letter that shows your fun and competitive side, you've a higher chance of getting through. Typically this is shown through playing sport, or having hobbies that show a competitive side!

Interview Advice:

As above - and some. If you make management laugh, share stories, and the interview lasts an hour, but feels like it was ten minutes... you're doing well. Don't pretend to know about sales if you don't - the business doesn't expect you to have any sales skills (although some experience is helpful). We are looking for great people - you will have all the training you need to learn to "sell". Other pointers - dress smart (that means a suit), shave (if you're a man - bristle is fashionable, but not smart!) and don't wear brown shoes!!!

Key Accounts Sales, New Business Sales at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Be prepared for the interview and assessment day. It is an incredibly competitive opportunity and it really is some of the best graduates applying for the role.

Interview Advice:

Have something about you which differentiates you from everyone else.

Sales Executive, New leads at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

do it!

Interview Advice:

be strong and confident

Account Manager, at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

If you work hard you get to party hard! This job is 99% hard work 1 % genius!

Sales Executive, New Business Sales at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Be yourself but show your personality - personality is key here
Show that you are a hardworker, ambitious and motivated - prove how much you want this and what you will add to the company.

Interview Advice:

Read up on current affairs

London Account Manager, Customer Relations Management at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Be prepared to work hard

Interview Advice:

Be honest and clear
Don't be shy

Account manager, CRM at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Be yourself! If your personality is a fit, they will invest a lot of time and money to make you a great sales person

Interview Advice:

Just make sure you come across genuine, competitive and can take and give banter.
Do your research on the market, and also swat up on your business knowledge and Current affairs

Sales Executive, New Business at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

Be prepared to work really, really hard. It’s a myth that sales careers are all about having "the gift of the gab". You need to be prepared to work harder than anyone else in the room.

Interview Advice:

Think about things you have done that prove you are resilient. Even if you've failed at something and have had to come back from a disappointment in life, you need to see this as character building and proof of your resilience, rather than a negative.

Be confident, but not arrogant!

Sales Manager, London & Home Counties at Express Vending
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Application Advice:

You need to have a strong character, prepared to work hard and be driven by money.

Account Support, at Express Vending
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Best:

Culture - the people, they look after you well, good incentives and commission package

Worst:

Long hours but they pay off

Inside Sales Team Supervisor, New Business Sales Team at Express Vending
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Best:

Most people are similar in age and get on really well

Worst:

It's not located in the best place

Marketing Executive, Marketing at Express Vending
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Best:

The people

Worst:

Lack of International opportunities

Graduate – Account Manager, at Express Vending
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Best:

Being field based on a couple of days a week - rather than being behind a desk 24/7. The career progression is also a great perk.

Worst:

The lack of parking

Essentials Account Manager, Everyday Essentials at Express Vending
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Best:

Culture
Working Environment
Pay

Worst:

Parking
More social events needed

Account Manager, Everyday Essentials at Express Vending
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Best:

the people

Account Manager, at Express Vending
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Best:

Look after their staff extremely well and there are often work trips.

Worst:

It is still a young and growing company so there are mistakes made along the way.

Sales Executive, New Business at Express Vending
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Best:

High earning potential
Company culture

Worst:

Parking
Location

Sales Executive, New Business at Express Vending
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Best:

Training

Sales Executive, Graduate Sales Academy at Express Vending
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Best:

The fun culture, and the flat hierarchy.

Sales Executive, Sales at Express Vending
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Best:

People

Worst:

Location (Hemel Hempstead)

Graduate Sales Executive, New Business at Express Vending
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Best:

Great culture & work colleagues

Worst:

Lack of Parking

Graduate Sales Executive, Graduate Academy at Express Vending
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Best:

The salary, the culture, the variety within the role, the training

Worst:

Parking..

Graduate Sales Executive, Graduate Academy at Express Vending
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Best:

The company culture is great and everyone is given a very real opportunity to progress - they promote organically and therefore only hire graduates. They really believe and invest in young graduates.

Worst:

It can be quite competitive - but then it is a sales job!

Graduate Academy at Express Vending
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