Definition of Sales division
1. Noun. The division of a business that is responsible for selling products or services.
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Literary usage of Sales division
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Annual Report of the United States Shipping Board by United States Shipping Board (1922)
"Surplus Property Department The organization of the surplus property department consisted of the following divisions: Material-sales division. ..."
2. Time Study and Job Analysis as Applied to Standardization of Methods and by William Otto Lichtner (1921)
"Strengthening sales division Service The service of the sales division to its customers is strengthened by the resulting co-ordination of activities. ..."
3. Industrial Organization and Management by Hugo Diemer (1915)
"MANUFACTURING-DIVISION REPORTS As soon as the manufacturing division has received the sales division's estimate of sales for the coming year, ..."
4. Industrial Organization and Management by Hugo Diemer (1915)
"MANUFACTURING-DIVISION REPORTS As soon as the manufacturing division has received the sales division's estimate of sales for ..."
5. Merchandising by John B. Swinney (1917)
"Function of the sales division.—In the days of the one-man type of organization, there was little supervision of the selling activities of a wholesale ..."
6. Business Administration: The Principles of Business Organization and System by Carl Copeland Parsons (1909)
"Records of the sales division There is also in this department a sales record clerk ... This department receives all moneys from the sales division and all ..."
7. Planning Production for Profit: Tested and Selected Methods of Planning by John Herbert Van Deventer (1921)
"The sales division will then issue Authorization Orders covering these requirements, of which four copies will be required, each copy bearing the same ..."