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Executive Mosaic is Expanding its Va.-Based Sales Team

Thanks to all our readers and members, Executive Mosaic is rapidly expanding and growing its Northern Virginia and satellite offices. Due to increased success with ArchIntel and our 4X24 Leadership Program, we will be adding three sales team members in the roles of Outside Sales Executive, Junior Sales Executive and Account Manager.

We’re looking for stellar, self-motivated individuals to join our team.

For more information, visit our careers pages at http://www.executivemosaic.com/about-us/careers/ or https://www.archintel.com/contact-us/careers. Interested, qualified applicants should send a resume to our HR department (hr@executivemosaic.com).

ArchIntel provides business leaders with customized daily executive briefs about their competitors, customers and partners. Dedicated human-intelligence research teams leverage highly-customized search engines, crafted to each customer’s precise specifications, to construct daily actionable intelligence briefings. To learn more, visit: https://www.archintel.com/.

The 4×24 Leadership Program is a comprehensive offering for senior-level “executives of consequence” in organizations that sell to the federal government. It includes the Executive Dinner Series, membership in the Potomac Officers Club and our Spectrum media platform. To learn more, visit: https://www.potomacofficersclub.com/aboutus/leadership_program.

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