What is Trava:

Headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana, Trava exists to protect small and midsize businesses from the potential damage of cyber threats. By integrating assessment, mitigation, and insurance into one, convenient cyber risk management platform, Trava enables business owners and IT professionals to operate secure, productive businesses without fear of interruption or loss caused by cyber incidents. Whether you run a business or provide support services to small and mid-market clients, Trava can help you manage cyber risk in a new—and better—way. To learn more about Trava, visit travasecurity.com

What you’ll do:

  • Build your own pipeline of prospects from ground up
  • Gain insights on the prospect’s primary issues, communicate the opportunity for our services to find resolution, and use those insights for product feedback to our development team
  • Thoughtfully educate prospect on the value and necessity of the product
  • Effectively demonstrate how our solution will alleviate their needs
  • Drive revenue by proactively reaching out to both existing and prospective customers
  • Manage complex sales showing the value in the services our team provides and the technology we are building.
  • Negotiate contracts with customers and successfully close deals 
  • Help our customers achieve their desired success

What We’re Looking For:

  • 2+ years sales experience, ideally you’re experienced in CyberSecurity 
  • A relentless desire and ability to generate pipeline 
  • Proven track record of closing deals
  • A growth mindset and willingness to go the extra mile for the team’s success
  • Proven track record of building and maintaining strong relationships with customers and coworkers
  • An innate ability to connect with others, leveraging that ability to close deals
  • Entrepreneurial mindset and desire to grow in a startup environment
  • An ability to move quickly, multi-task, and adapt to our rapidly changing and growing market 
  • Desire to join a fast growing startup and build from the ground up

About us: 

  • We take care of ourselves and our families so that we can bring our very best to work
  • We are transparent and honest with our customers, our business partners, and each other
  • We believe that laughter makes us more productive
  • We are obsessed with our customers’ success
  • We advocate for diversity in all its forms

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