CPM is all about sales and sales are all about people. There is a distinct CPM type; experienced, enthusiastic, encouraging and empathetic.
CPM is a worldwide outsourced Field Sales solutions agency. We have 80 years’ experience in the industry. GROWING sales for our clients, POWERED BY OUR PEOPLE is what makes us so successful.
Our people are our finest assets and we have a strong belief and culture to grow our own. We love to see our employees progress in their career with CPM and so our aim is to promote from within.
We work with a multitude of indigenous and multinational companies across 35 countries around the world so opportunities to work with high calibre organisations and gain global experience is what brings the best calibre of people to our business.
Why choose CPM?
Hear from the talented people who make our company what it is today.
At CPM we’re committed to growing and developing our people from within. We encourage people to push themselves and broaden their experience, working with different blue chip clients. We share an ethos of work hard and have fun, bringing everyone together to achieve our goals, whilst embracing the spirit of CPM. We know that when people enjoy their work they deliver amazing results.
managers are promoted within, demonstrating our commitment to develop people to be their very best
confirmed client satisfaction is a top priority for our company
would recommend CPM as a great place to work
agree their colleagues are passionate about providing exceptional customer service
We encourage our people to adopt the healthy work-life balance that is enshrined in the spirit of CPM. It’s all about taking on personal challenges, having fun and giving back to the community.
Always creating an environment where we trust and empower our people to do the right thing.
Always thinking of what’s next.
Always striving to be the best. Excellence is an attitude, not a skill.
Always valuing our people and our diversity. Treating others as we would like to be treated.
Always being sincere, open and honest with our people, our clients and our community.
Lorraine Butler, Managing Director of CPM, talks about how CPM works closely with clients to help them grow their business and drive more sales on their behalf.
Andrew Dancy started his career as a Sales Representative in CPM. In this testimonial, he talks about how CPM provided him with all the tools necessary to succeed at his role and what he enjoys the most about being a Sales Rep.
Karen Jarvis, Sales Developer on behalf of LRS NI, talks about the main responsibilities of her role and why CPM are a great company to work for.
Kevin Thomas, National Sales Manager for eir SMB, talks about his great career progression within CPM and what he enjoys the most about his role.
Ger Lynch, CPM's Field Service Manager & Training Lead for Microsoft, talks about why he enjoys working for CPM.
Darren O'Connor, Sales Developer on behalf of Britvic, talks about the main focus of his job and how career progression is one of the most attractive aspects about working with CPM.
Killian Doherty, CPM HR Manager, talks about his career progression and why the open, flexible and enjoyable culture of CPM is one of the aspects he enjoys the most about the company.
Heather Carson, Recruitment Manager at CPM, talks about why career progression and flexibility are the main reasons that she enjoys about working at CPM.
Gerry Lawlor, National Sales Manager for Britvic, talks about the main responsibilities within his role and why he enjoys working for CPM.
Colin Hennessy, Regional Sales Manager for LRS in Northern Ireland, talk about his role and why he enjoys working at CPM.
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