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Ticker Symbol Entity Name As Of Date Company Name Followers Employees on Linkedin Link Industry Date Added Date Updated Description Website Specialities Logo HQ.Street HQ.City HQ.State HQ.Country HQ.Postal GICS Sector GICS Industry
private:www.thesalesimage.com-2 3519180 Jun 4th, 2019 12:00AM TheSalesPitch.com 13 0.00 Open Marketing and Advertising Jun 4th, 2019 02:53PM Jun 4th, 2019 02:53PM From Ideas to Digital Paper I have been incredibly lucky throughout my career to experience different cultures around the world while I was in the Air Force and also growing up in a military family. I also had the ability to experience the sales process from a consumer, delivery person, store manager, sales manager and regional sales manager perspective. In one of my most recent positions I had the privilege of assembling a team of 12 people to turn a seven state region around. All of these experiences taught me the value of actually selling products instead of just taking orders. One day I was driving around in my car making sales calls to my current customers along my route for the day and I realized how complex the basic understanding of the sales process really is. I realized that the "end users" or consumers of various products could not tell me why they were using specific products. When I had the pleasure of calling on distributors and asking basic questions regarding why they sold specific products, they could not tell me why either. One thing I did notice is that both the distributor and consumer were only concerned with pricing of the products only. I believe that consumers and manufacturers are so far disconnected from each other that the distributors "middle men" are left holding the bag. Open Sales, Leadership, Sales Analysis, Sales Improvement Open
private:www.thesalesimage.com-2 3519180 Mar 23rd, 2018 12:00AM TheSalesPitch.com 9 0.00 Open Marketing and Advertising Mar 23rd, 2017 10:51AM Mar 23rd, 2017 10:51AM From Ideas to Digital Paper I have been incredibly lucky throughout my career to experience different cultures around the world while I was in the Air Force and also growing up in a military family. I also had the ability to experience the sales process from a consumer, delivery person, store manager, sales manager and regional sales manager perspective. In one of my most recent positions I had the privilege of assembling a team of 12 people to turn a seven state region around. All of these experiences taught me the value of actually selling products instead of just taking orders. One day I was driving around in my car making sales calls to my current customers along my route for the day and I realized how complex the basic understanding of the sales process really is. I realized that the "end users" or consumers of various products could not tell me why they were using specific products. When I had the pleasure of calling on distributors and asking basic questions regarding why they sold specific products, they could not tell me why either. One thing I did notice is that both the distributor and consumer were only concerned with pricing of the products only. I believe that consumers and manufacturers are so far disconnected from each other that the distributors "middle men" are left holding the bag.
private:www.thesalesimage.com-2 3519180 Feb 17th, 2018 12:00AM TheSalesPitch.com 9 0.00 Open Marketing and Advertising Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM From Ideas to Digital Paper I have been incredibly lucky throughout my career to experience different cultures around the world while I was in the Air Force and also growing up in a military family. I also had the ability to experience the sales process from a consumer, delivery person, store manager, sales manager and regional sales manager perspective. In one of my most recent positions I had the privilege of assembling a team of 12 people to turn a seven state region around. All of these experiences taught me the value of actually selling products instead of just taking orders. One day I was driving around in my car making sales calls to my current customers along my route for the day and I realized how complex the basic understanding of the sales process really is. I realized that the "end users" or consumers of various products could not tell me why they were using specific products. When I had the pleasure of calling on distributors and asking basic questions regarding why they sold specific products, they could not tell me why either. One thing I did notice is that both the distributor and consumer were only concerned with pricing of the products only. I believe that consumers and manufacturers are so far disconnected from each other that the distributors "middle men" are left holding the bag.
private:www.thesalesimage.com-2 3519180 Feb 16th, 2018 12:00AM TheSalesPitch.com 9 0.00 Open Marketing and Advertising Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM From Ideas to Digital Paper I have been incredibly lucky throughout my career to experience different cultures around the world while I was in the Air Force and also growing up in a military family. I also had the ability to experience the sales process from a consumer, delivery person, store manager, sales manager and regional sales manager perspective. In one of my most recent positions I had the privilege of assembling a team of 12 people to turn a seven state region around. All of these experiences taught me the value of actually selling products instead of just taking orders. One day I was driving around in my car making sales calls to my current customers along my route for the day and I realized how complex the basic understanding of the sales process really is. I realized that the "end users" or consumers of various products could not tell me why they were using specific products. When I had the pleasure of calling on distributors and asking basic questions regarding why they sold specific products, they could not tell me why either. One thing I did notice is that both the distributor and consumer were only concerned with pricing of the products only. I believe that consumers and manufacturers are so far disconnected from each other that the distributors "middle men" are left holding the bag.
private:www.thesalesimage.com-2 3519180 Feb 15th, 2018 12:00AM TheSalesPitch.com 9 0.00 Open Marketing and Advertising Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM From Ideas to Digital Paper I have been incredibly lucky throughout my career to experience different cultures around the world while I was in the Air Force and also growing up in a military family. I also had the ability to experience the sales process from a consumer, delivery person, store manager, sales manager and regional sales manager perspective. In one of my most recent positions I had the privilege of assembling a team of 12 people to turn a seven state region around. All of these experiences taught me the value of actually selling products instead of just taking orders. One day I was driving around in my car making sales calls to my current customers along my route for the day and I realized how complex the basic understanding of the sales process really is. I realized that the "end users" or consumers of various products could not tell me why they were using specific products. When I had the pleasure of calling on distributors and asking basic questions regarding why they sold specific products, they could not tell me why either. One thing I did notice is that both the distributor and consumer were only concerned with pricing of the products only. I believe that consumers and manufacturers are so far disconnected from each other that the distributors "middle men" are left holding the bag.
private:www.thesalesimage.com-2 3519180 Feb 14th, 2018 12:00AM TheSalesPitch.com 9 0.00 Open Marketing and Advertising Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM From Ideas to Digital Paper I have been incredibly lucky throughout my career to experience different cultures around the world while I was in the Air Force and also growing up in a military family. I also had the ability to experience the sales process from a consumer, delivery person, store manager, sales manager and regional sales manager perspective. In one of my most recent positions I had the privilege of assembling a team of 12 people to turn a seven state region around. All of these experiences taught me the value of actually selling products instead of just taking orders. One day I was driving around in my car making sales calls to my current customers along my route for the day and I realized how complex the basic understanding of the sales process really is. I realized that the "end users" or consumers of various products could not tell me why they were using specific products. When I had the pleasure of calling on distributors and asking basic questions regarding why they sold specific products, they could not tell me why either. One thing I did notice is that both the distributor and consumer were only concerned with pricing of the products only. I believe that consumers and manufacturers are so far disconnected from each other that the distributors "middle men" are left holding the bag.
private:www.thesalesimage.com-2 3519180 Feb 13th, 2018 12:00AM TheSalesPitch.com 9 0.00 Open Marketing and Advertising Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM From Ideas to Digital Paper I have been incredibly lucky throughout my career to experience different cultures around the world while I was in the Air Force and also growing up in a military family. I also had the ability to experience the sales process from a consumer, delivery person, store manager, sales manager and regional sales manager perspective. In one of my most recent positions I had the privilege of assembling a team of 12 people to turn a seven state region around. All of these experiences taught me the value of actually selling products instead of just taking orders. One day I was driving around in my car making sales calls to my current customers along my route for the day and I realized how complex the basic understanding of the sales process really is. I realized that the "end users" or consumers of various products could not tell me why they were using specific products. When I had the pleasure of calling on distributors and asking basic questions regarding why they sold specific products, they could not tell me why either. One thing I did notice is that both the distributor and consumer were only concerned with pricing of the products only. I believe that consumers and manufacturers are so far disconnected from each other that the distributors "middle men" are left holding the bag.
private:www.thesalesimage.com-2 3519180 Feb 12th, 2018 12:00AM TheSalesPitch.com 9 0.00 Open Marketing and Advertising Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM From Ideas to Digital Paper I have been incredibly lucky throughout my career to experience different cultures around the world while I was in the Air Force and also growing up in a military family. I also had the ability to experience the sales process from a consumer, delivery person, store manager, sales manager and regional sales manager perspective. In one of my most recent positions I had the privilege of assembling a team of 12 people to turn a seven state region around. All of these experiences taught me the value of actually selling products instead of just taking orders. One day I was driving around in my car making sales calls to my current customers along my route for the day and I realized how complex the basic understanding of the sales process really is. I realized that the "end users" or consumers of various products could not tell me why they were using specific products. When I had the pleasure of calling on distributors and asking basic questions regarding why they sold specific products, they could not tell me why either. One thing I did notice is that both the distributor and consumer were only concerned with pricing of the products only. I believe that consumers and manufacturers are so far disconnected from each other that the distributors "middle men" are left holding the bag.
private:www.thesalesimage.com-2 3519180 Feb 11th, 2018 12:00AM TheSalesPitch.com 9 0.00 Open Marketing and Advertising Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM From Ideas to Digital Paper I have been incredibly lucky throughout my career to experience different cultures around the world while I was in the Air Force and also growing up in a military family. I also had the ability to experience the sales process from a consumer, delivery person, store manager, sales manager and regional sales manager perspective. In one of my most recent positions I had the privilege of assembling a team of 12 people to turn a seven state region around. All of these experiences taught me the value of actually selling products instead of just taking orders. One day I was driving around in my car making sales calls to my current customers along my route for the day and I realized how complex the basic understanding of the sales process really is. I realized that the "end users" or consumers of various products could not tell me why they were using specific products. When I had the pleasure of calling on distributors and asking basic questions regarding why they sold specific products, they could not tell me why either. One thing I did notice is that both the distributor and consumer were only concerned with pricing of the products only. I believe that consumers and manufacturers are so far disconnected from each other that the distributors "middle men" are left holding the bag.
private:www.thesalesimage.com-2 3519180 Feb 10th, 2018 12:00AM TheSalesPitch.com 9 0.00 Open Marketing and Advertising Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM From Ideas to Digital Paper I have been incredibly lucky throughout my career to experience different cultures around the world while I was in the Air Force and also growing up in a military family. I also had the ability to experience the sales process from a consumer, delivery person, store manager, sales manager and regional sales manager perspective. In one of my most recent positions I had the privilege of assembling a team of 12 people to turn a seven state region around. All of these experiences taught me the value of actually selling products instead of just taking orders. One day I was driving around in my car making sales calls to my current customers along my route for the day and I realized how complex the basic understanding of the sales process really is. I realized that the "end users" or consumers of various products could not tell me why they were using specific products. When I had the pleasure of calling on distributors and asking basic questions regarding why they sold specific products, they could not tell me why either. One thing I did notice is that both the distributor and consumer were only concerned with pricing of the products only. I believe that consumers and manufacturers are so far disconnected from each other that the distributors "middle men" are left holding the bag.

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