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|Award-winning sales/marketing professional
with over 10 years' stable and progressively responsible employment.
|POLAR COMPONENTS (MANUFACTURER'S REPRESENTATIVE),
1996-pres. Account Executive
SONY OF CANADA, TORONTO, ONTARIO
At this computer-oriented company, won "Largest Non-SRAM Order" award (SRAM
is a type of memory chip; award was in recognition of sale involving a
DRAM chip, to the tune of $3 million. The buyer was ATI, a key manufacturer.)
Developed Celestica account from $0 to $15 million per annum (this is a
key multinational electronic manufacturer).
Achieved results by building relationships with clients at all levels --
engineering, purchasing, management.
1989-96 Canadian Sales Manager, Computer Products
Introduced our semiconductors to Canadian market and built sales volume
to $7 million.
Accomplished by negotiating favourable contracts with Northern Telecom
and working with local distribution channel towards branding our products.
VITEL ELECTRONICS, MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO
Received "Largest Design Win" award as a result of coordinating development
of new product, which was approved by management for introduction into
Canadian educational marketplace.
Demonstrated ability to improve employer's bottom line by building sales
(see Polar, above).
Worked for wide variety of companies, including Consumer's Glass, while
attending college. I developed a strong work ethic, which motivated me
to excel, and found my niche in sales.
Ontario Secondary School Graduate Diploma with Ontario Academic Credits.
Sales courses offered by employers, whereby I acquired excellent theoretical
knowledge that I subsequently applied on the job.
Electronic Technologist courses, Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology,
Taught self Microsoft Office, including PowerPoint, Excel and Word.
These proved extremely valuable in keeping track of sales data, which I
used to motivate myself towards better performance. Also used these applications
to make presentations, which were effective in selling to corporate clients.
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