Pharmaceutical Sales Jobs Program In India

Pharmaceutical Sales Jobs

I have had my pharmaceutical sales jobs program called ‘How To Get A Dream Job In Pharmaceutical Sales – Direct Inside Advice and Guidance From a Sales Manager’ out for some time now in the form of a book and audio program.  There have been many enquiries from India since there are many people there who are interested in becoming pharmaceutical sales representatives.

In the past, to access my program from India for at least the softcover book, was difficult because Amazon didn’t have a website specifically for the market in India.  However, there has been a big development.

Pharmaceutical Sales Book Is Available To India

The website for the Indian market called 20North now lists my softcover book for all aspiring pharmaceutical sales representatives in India to study from.  Just go to this website and enter the search term for ‘clint cora’ and the book will come up.

There is a special of 30% off at the moment through 20North for people located in India so folks may want to take advantage of this deal.

There will be a lot of competition for pharmaceutical sales jobs in India so the better prepared you are, the better your chances will be in landing such a position in your country if you take the steps to research the field better than the other people who are trying to get the same jobs as you are.

Ebook Version Is Even Faster

Instead of waiting and paying for a softcover version, people in India might want to consider the digital ebook version of ‘How To Get A Dream Job In Pharmaceutical Sales – Direct Inside Advice and Guidance From a Sales Manager’.  You can get immediate access from anywhere in the world including India and there are four bonuses included with this.  One of these bonuses is the free custom evaluation of your pharmaceutical sales resume which is invaluable.

For more details on any of these formats, see Pharmaceutical Sales Jobs program.  For stricly the softcover version for India, check 20North.

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