English version


From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Trade
telesalestel‧e‧sales /ˈteliseɪlz/ noun [uncountable]  BBTa way of selling products to people by telephone
Examples from the Corpus
telesalesHere telesales operators will be able to feed information directly into a database as they take customer calls.The Sparcbook will be promoted by Sun Express via its quarterly catalogue and outbound telesales force.The main acquisition charges so deferred are direct advertising expenditure and costs associated with the telesales and underwriting staff.The telesales force for web related products is projected to increase from 60 to over 250 associates.
From Longman Business Dictionarytelesalestel‧e‧sales /ˈteliseɪlz/ (also teleselling /ˈteliˌselɪŋ/) noun [uncountable]MARKETING the practice of telephoning people in order to try to sell them things, or sales made by telephone SYN TELEPHONE SELLINGour telesales forceMany central heating companies use telesales.
Pictures of the day
What are these?
Click on the pictures to check.