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Belkin Careers Sales


At Belkin, we’ve put together a talented team of experts to sell our wide variety of innovative solutions. In addition to our diverse mix of products, we use a broad range of distribution channels—from electronic, big-box, and home-improvement retailers to value-added resellers and original equipment manufacturers.

Our sales people take unique approaches to the business and have their own individual styles, but they all have one thing in common: a razor-sharp focus on customer relationships. They’re continually cultivating existing relationships, creating new ones, educating customers about new products, and collecting feedback to share with other Belkin departments.

The Sales department includes the following disciplines:

  • New Business Development
  • Training
  • Sales Data Analysis
  • Channel Managers
  • Sales Support

People Story

“Whenever I'm back in the office there's always great atmosphere and it's always good to catch up with the guys”

- Duncan, National Account Manager


Duncan Sibley - National Account Manager

  • Hometown: Northampton, UK
  • His favorite part of the job: Driving sales via marketing & promotion
  • What he likes best about being at Belkin: Everyday there's a different challenge
  • What you’ll find him doing after work: Playing on my PS3

Duncan has been at Belkin for just over 8 years and started out as a CSR, he is still enjoying it the same as he did all those years ago. Duncan: “Although I'm on site at customers' locations most of the time, I really enjoy the versatility of my role and whenever I'm back in the office there's a great atmosphere and it's always good to catch up with the guys.”

Skills and Values

You value your customer relationships and go to great lengths to continually grow and improve them. You’re anything but complacent and have a passion for winning. You’re a problem solver and a quick decision maker. You’re not afraid to dig into numbers and statistics to figure out what’s selling, what isn’t, and, most importantly, why.

You know your stuff—and often know what your customers are selling better than they do. You value the customer and would never risk a long-term relationship for a short-term gain.