Sold benefits packages. Marketed the Making Benefits Count program. Interacted with customers. Distributed marketing materials. Presented sales pitches to customers. Cold called thousands of businesses. Developed a professional network.
Managed a sales team of eighteen associates. Scheduled employees for sales floor coverage. Sold quality clothing and other retail products. Throughput high volumes of inventory. Improved year over year sales metrics. Safed product through the application of loss prevention protocol.
Marketed innovative biotechnologies. Budgeted strategic investments. Modeled the firm's financial architecture. Re-engineered business processes. Bought economical and effective inputs. Sold quality and valued products. Strengthened customer relationships. Sought new business opportunities.
Increased revenues from the sales of contract laboratory services. Garnered new clients. Managed a team of three sales representatives. Created innovative ways to add value for our customers. Represented the company at scientific and industry meetings. Researched, developed, and marketed microbiology services. Achieved proficiency in a wide array of EPA certified methods. Recruited and trained new employees.
Collected data for a variety of entomology experiments such as the biomagnification of Bt corn toxins in soil arthropods. Co-authored a paper on the subject of soybean aphids in New York State. Led a team of five students in daily work.
Developed instructional genomics and physiology experiments. Collaborated with faculty members in the development of a new course and participated in the inaugural semester. Supervised students in the use of live animals in laboratory research. Authored an experiment concerning two electrode voltage clamp methods.
Planned, financed, and operated the firm, BioInvaders Incorporated. Executed all the ground work for establishing the company. Developed a web presence through the creation of a website and Facebook page with scientific apps. Recruited and trained new collectors for the firms invasive species transformation and habitat restoration businesses. Sold quality educational teaching specimens to schools in various states. Designed marketing materials, communication, and campaign items for BioInvaders. Formed the corporate advisory board consisting of PhD's and Scientists from Cornell University. Raised capital through the private sale of stock. Forged industry partnerships.
Concentration: Mosquito Aedes aegypti, Animal Physiology, Department of Biomedical Sciences
Concentration: Biological Sciences
Concentration: Math Logic
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