Staples Jobs in San Francisco, CA

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2 days ago

Account Consultant – new

Staples South San Francisco, CA

The Account Consultant is responsible for driving incremental sales within an existing customer base of small and mid-size accounts. The position… Staples

2 days ago

General Manager - Alameda County/Oakland – new

Staples Berkeley, CA

Establish and maintain an environment to support and strengthen our Staples brand. The store leader is responsible for creating a culture focused on… Staples

5 days ago

Quantitative Psychologist

Staples San Mateo, CA

Perform quantitative, statistical analysis of current and proposed user-experience flows. Designing components that users will experience at… Staples

2 days ago

Sales Manager - San Jose – new

Staples Milpitas, CA

As a Sales Manager, your main responsibility will be to lead and cultivate a high-performing team that focuses on solution selling and providing… Staples

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    Former Employee - Copy & Print Account Manager in San Francisco, CA
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    Training, colleagues, support, hours, fairly easy to get new customers because of name recognistion


    While Staples is excellent at training, implementing marketing campaigns, and most things sales, they are HORRIBLE at delivering finished products in a timely, professional, and quality manner. They only way to make money in the printing business is to have repeat customers and establish long term relationships. This is impossible to do at Staples because it is almost impossible to complete a project without something being wrong.

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    If your going to be in the printing business focus on delivering quality finished products on time and within budget.

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