OhanaLink Technologies teams up with West Virginia University program

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Published by Mahoning Matters:

OhanaLink Technologies has partnered with West Virginia University’s John Chambers College of Business and Economics Professional Sales Institute to offer hands-on sales training for students through the university’s Sales Accelerator Program. 

The program is designed to offer an opportunity for select WVU sales management students to engage in real world sales experience. 

“We are pleased to have OhanaLink Technologies on board as one of the business partners of the Sales Accelerator Program.” David Brauer, director of the Professional Sales Institute at WVU, said in a news release. “The goal of the program is to partner with companies across a wide variety of markets where students can earn scholarship dollars while gaining practical hands-on experience navigating every part of the sales cycle in real world scenarios.”

Two students will be selected to complete onboarding and sales training with OhanaLink Technologies. They will conduct sales activity on behalf of OhanaLink with a focus on West Virginia and the surrounding region. They will be awarded scholarships based on the success of their sales activities and value of sales to customers.

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