Sales and Marketing Vice President Resume

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Career Objective:

To obtain a Vice President, Sales and Marketing, position with a major product making / service providing company.

Academic Background

  • Achieved Master of Arts Degree in Finance from the Colby College, Waterville, ME, in the year 1994.
  • Achieved Bachelor of Science Degree in Finance from the Bowdoin College, Brunswick, ME, in the year 1992.

Other Qualification

  • Achieved Diploma in Economics, Banking, Law and Finance from the Rocky Mountain College in the year 2002.
  • Achieved Certificate in Marketing from the University of Montana in the year 1998.
  • Completed Management Development Program from the Carroll College.

Professional Background

Since 2000 working in the Morrison and Lennon production, Las Vegas and is responsible for a sale of $10 million of dolls and other related products both in the National and International market through Superstore Chains and Toy Stores along with Catalogs. Joined the company as a Purchasing Manager, and later promoted to Vice-President and is presently responsible for external sales. Some achievements are:

  • Individual Sales of over $5 million annually, while organizing a channel of over 34 sales organizations along with 250 marketing representatives.
  • Managing expansion, producing and importing of total Doll Accessory products from extreme East, reducing manufacturing cost by 25%.

From 1995-1999 worked as a General Manager in the Tipton Company, New York, and was responsible for the following:

  • Monitoring a group of 40 staffs, including inside & outside marketing staffs of entire product lines during establishing a telemarketing schedule, enhancing special advertising, supervising trade show involvement and organizing new product budgeting.
  • Working directly with representative organizations of 50 chief manufacturers and individuals.
  • Turning stock up to 5 times annually.
  • Negotiating a number of selected ranks with companies in charge regarding production of more than 60% of gross amount.
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