Electrical/Electronic Manufacturing Industry Independent Sales Opportunities

CommissionCrowd has been on an incline with a rapid increase in our independent Sales Rep membership and we were recently awarded for ‘Overall Innovation For Sales’ at the Sales Innovation Expo in London - Europe’s largest sales expo!

We are now making the in-roads for sales agents and companies who work in the Electrical/Electronic Manufacturing industry and are looking to form global working partnerships.

Independent Manufacturing sales agents can join CommissionCrowd 100% free here

Manufacturing companies can join CommissionCrowd here

Benefits Of Working With Independent Sales Agents In The Manufacturing Industries:

Like an old grandfather clock, any company needs the right pieces in the right places in order to work efficiently. With independent sales agents, efficiency is what you get. We, at CommissionCrowd try to mediate flourishing partnerships between sales agents and companies on our platform.

Self-employed sales agents can help your company open doors to new business by introducing you to their valuable existing networks of contacts that in some cases, have been built over many years working in this space.

What type of companies can benefit from building an external sales force?

  • Companies in the Manufacturing industry who wish to connect with freelance, commission-based sales representatives who can grow their presence, extend their market reach and enter new territories.

  • Companies with products and services they wish to sell into the Manufacturing industry.

Industry Insights

With the advent of fast-paced technological innovations - iPhone, AppleWatch and Virtual Reality headsets et al - manufacturing has a much different role to play in the upkeep of these innovations.

According to Mckinsey & Co, in today’s advanced economies, manufacturing promotes innovation, productivity, and trade more than growth and employment.

One thing that many who work in the manufacturing sector are keen to point out is the fact that manufacturing is not monolithic and can be further broken down into five distinct “mini” industries, however, the focus here is the electronic/electrical Manufacturing industry.

Despite it all, the industry as a whole accounts for 16% of global GDP and 14% of global employment.

According IBISWorld (2015 report), the global consumer electronics manufacturing industry was valued at $283 billion.

One of the biggest challenges now facing the industry is the battle to become more “green” or “energy efficient”. As a result, this has led to even more innovation from companies surfacing, some of which we have had the pleasure of interacting with through CommissionCrowd.

The industry marketplace, Digitivity provide a list of factors that impact the growth of the industry, with some very positive insights:

  • Rising and continuous investments in research and development has led to increased productivity and higher-value added electrical and electronics products.
  • Rising incomes and living standards have resulted in the increase in demand of electronics especially consumer electronics products in the world. * A highly fragmented industry which comprises of many small and medium size enterprises. * Rapid pace of innovation in electronics technology is resulting in a consistent demand for newer and faster products and applications.

So, the omens/trends/statistics (whichever you swear by) are good for the industry and now our mission is to connect the industry with excellent independent sales agents and vice versa.

What do Commission-Only Manufacturing sales agents expect from a sales opportunity?

Knowing what commission-only sales representatives expect from your company is vital in order to build strong partnerships. We do not expect companies to have all the answers but we can help to ensure that companies have access to such information. At CommissionCrowd, we empower both companies and agents by providing numerous educational articles on the CommissionCrowd blog that cover topics including:

How To Work Effectively With Self Employed Sales Agents


10 Things To Understand When Working With Independent Sales Reps

We encourage you to have a read, it will be highly beneficial to you, should you decide to join our movement to unite the highly fragmented freelance sales industry. For all other industry related topics including opportunity reviews, expert tips and interviews with leading industry figures, independent sales agents and companies have a look at the CommissionCrowd blog.

I’m A Self-Employed Sales Representative In the Manufacturing Industry… What Now?

CommissionCrowd is 100% free for self-employed sales reps and we’ll never take a penny from your commissions. In fact, CommissionCrowd has been specifically designed to make working independently much easier and more lucrative for sales agents.

Sales agents can join free here

Most of your frequently asked questions will be covered in FAQ’s

I’m A Company In the Manufacturing Industry… What Now?

Companies wishing to work with independent sales agents should head over to CommissionCrowd For Companies and start the application process using the ‘Let’s get started’ buttons on that page.

We will then review your opportunity for sales agents within 48 hours and will provide comprehensive feedback that will improve your offering ahead of being approved for an active account with us.

We also offer lots of information for companies on how to work with independent sales agents, which you can read on our blog

Opportunities In The Manufacturing Industry

Midori Green Technologies - World Leader in LED Lighting Products and Technology

Commission Rate: 15%

Midori Green Technologies are on of the largest manufacturers of LED lighting products in the world, boasting over 500 designs and 15 year lifetimes and the highest energy efficiency compared to other brands.

The company are looking for self-employed sales agents with B2B experience. If this sounds like you, read more about Midori Green Technologies Opportunity

“We Don’t Work In The Manufacturing Industry - can we still get involved?”

Of course you can. We hold listings of opportunities for companies from over 100 industries so there is certainly a place for companies who aren’t operating in or intending to sell products or services to the Manufacturing industry. Simply head here to learn more about CommissionCrowd for companies

Credit given to Sabian M Muhammad for contributing to this article

Ryan Mattock

Co-Founder of CommissionCrowd... Let's get disruptive!