Sales professional with a strong emphasis on excellent client services and high-level account management with many years of diverse business background. Proven effectiveness in acquiring new clientele while implementing growth strategies to drive sales revenues. Dynamic relationship manager that creates trust and loyalty with customers, suppliers, and co-workers.
I was asked by a customer to provide information about a product, but she was
very vague in her description of what she thought she needed. Instead of
sending over information on what I thought she wanted, I picked up the phone to
discuss the application and the needs of the project. She told me that I was the
only one out of 3 companies that took the time to walk her through the product
selection process, which she then said that I will get the remainder of the
business because of her trust in me and my product knowledge.
I had a prospect come visit me at our branch facilities for the first time for a tour.
We have a service that we offer that is different than what my competition offers
that would save her lots of time and money so that she can focus on what she
does best. She is now a customer is able to have trust in us to manage that part
of the business.
How I got started in Safety Equipment Sales
Many years ago I worked for a National Safety Distributor, but
was on the corporate side. I left the industry for several years, but fortunately for me I found my way back to safety in a sales role. I find it very gratifying and fulfilling that I can directly impact the safety and wellness of so many people. I enjoy working together with my customers.
What makes me a great Safety Equipment Expert
As a safety professional we make decisions every day that
can affect worker safety as to whether they come home to their families or not. It is very
important to me that before I can recommend a product to a customer, I have to fully
understand what hazards their workers are facing. Furthermore, it is imperative that I
ask the right questions, and I really listen to what they have to say. The relationship with
my customers have to be open and honest so that we can both be partners in safety.