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I have sent my resume to numerous amount of businesses, with no responses at all. No calls, or emails....nothing. Can someone please tell me what is wrong with my resume... Profile: Entrepreneurial professional offers accomplishments in sales/ marketing of business-to-business sales. A proven sales record, successful in developing new markets, and capable of achieving strategic goals. Accomplished success in cold calling, presenting, negotiating, and closing sales. Hard working, enjoys a challenge, strives for success mentality. ______________________________________________________________________________________Experience: Inside Sales – OES Equipment/DPR Construction – Phoenix, AZ - May 2007 – Present Process orders and up sell customers. Facilitate completion of order from phone call to order delivery. Provide data management of inventory. Order from vendors and verify purchase orders. Sales Representative - Great Northern Equipment - Rogers, MN - July 2006 - April 2007 Established new accounts by direct selling to the potential customer, negotiated, and persuaded them to change vendors. Managed an account base of approximately 45 clients. Responsible for managing their accounts and making sure their needs were met. Branch Sales Manager - Fastenal Company - Stuart/Delray Beach FL - May 2003 - June 2006 Established new accounts by direct selling to the potential customer, negotiated, and persuaded them to change vendors. Other responsibilities included managing all business aspects of the branch, and employees. Decision makers targeted were plant managers and purchasers. Sales territories included, Delray Beach/Boca Raton/Boynton Beach/Deerfield Beach/Stuart, Florida. • In May 2003 I took over responsibilities as Branch Manager. June of 2003 I had growth of 160% • In July 2003 I took over an account and increased the sales by $192,000 per year • In October 2005 I opened a new branch in Stuart, FL • In December 2005, at the Orlando Trade Show, I was recognized for my achievements in Delray Beach for exceeding yearly sales goals, and yearly margin goals Owner / Manager - Extreme Wireless - Wellington, FL - September 2001 – April 2003 Managed all aspects of business and grew the locations sales year after year. Handled operations, which included, staffing, banking, auditing, competitive analysis, store sales, inventory and merchandising. • In 2001 I purchased the store, and dramatically increased the sales by 74% the first year. Customer Service Representative - Wenonah Canoe Inc. - Winona, MN - June 1999- August 2001 In charge of customer service related issues for entire customer base. Processed orders and up-sold products. Cold called, researched new customers, and developed sales strategies. Attended trade shows and met with vendors. ______________________________________________________________________________________ Education: Northern State University, Winona State University, Aberdeen SD, Winona, MN - 1997 - 2000 Major: Marketing - Emphasis in Sales, and Business Management. Fastenal School of Business. Executive Sales Training & Leadership/Business Ethics - 2004 - 2006

Asked By: ng101974 - 7/16/2009
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okay well first of all the best way to get a job is by going to the person of the company and asking for the job because e-mails and phone calls do not work. People that go to the person in charge of the whole business have a better chance of getting a job. My brother he was looking for a job and he kept calling and... More
Answered By: Country - 7/16/2009
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