Organizations need trained sales professionals to succeed.

The North Carolina Sales Institute (NCSI) is equipping the next generation of sales professionals. To harness the power of NCSI, contact John Chapman.

50% +

of US business college graduates entering the workforce, regardless of their major, find professional selling as their first career.

Some studies put the percentage of marketing majors accepting a job in sales as high as 88% and as high as 60% for all other business majors. Florida State University Sales Institute Executive Summary from “Research Shows that Sales Education Makes a Substantial difference in student Performance After Graduation”.

Mr. John Chapman

Director of Business Development, North Carolina Sales Institute
Bryan 225 (336) 334-5430 LinkedIn


Students from university sales programs, when compared to their non-sales educated peers, achieve results.

less turnover on average
approx. amount saved for companies per hire within the first 18 months of employment.
ramp up faster
of first-time salespeople either resign or are terminated from their first jobs.

This significant turnover has produces negative results.

90% +
of sales programs graduates, on average, experience job placement in the previous two years.

Comparison: According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers, less than 50% of all 2010 college graduates were offered a position.

of over 4,000 colleges and universities in the US host recognized sales programs.

The North Carolina Sales Institute is recognized as a Top University for Sales Education by the Sales Education Foundation.