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Peter F. Allen 98 Perkins Road * Rye, NH 03870 * (603) 930-3595 * pa12c8644@westpost.

net P R O F I L E A dynamic, results oriented Sales/Marketing Management Professional offering 15+ years demonstrated achievements including: sales team set up, training and leadership, client reten tion, and loyalty. Experienced in all aspects of direct sales including: cold calling, presentations, proposal generat ion, and closing. Strong ability to source new customers and maintain optimum client/customer rapport. Consistently exceede d quotas in all sales positions. Highly motivated, with proven abilities to sell services and product solutions t hat effectively penetrate markets. An effective communicator with exceptional capabilities to build and maintain longterm successful partnerships with clients. Areas of Expertise include: * Profit and loss responsibility * Consistent sales leader * Strategic sales and market planning * New product introduction * Account development, management & growth * Staff management * Territorial expansion & account analysis * Executive presentations/negotiation s C O N T R A C T C O N S U L T I N G / V O L U N T E E R I SM Mosaic Sales Solutions a" Dallas, Texas 4//08 to present SALES & MARKETING SPECIALIST Audit and implement customized design and merchandising solutions, utilizing exp erimental marketing for premier company products within major retail locations. Companies include Hewlett Packard, Sony, American Express, GE Money, Novartis a nd Johnson & Johnson. Volunteer RYE EDUCATION FOUNDATION / SEACOAST HOSPICE / BLUE OCEAN SOCIETY E X P E R I E N C E idX Corporation - St Louis, Missouri 12/04-1/08 VICE PRESIDENT FINANCIAL MARKETS Established and implemented a casework division for the financial marketplace fo r this retail solutions provider, positioning company as a top consumer environment provider. Segmented financial market by: size, geography, growth, and business potential for best prospects for this manufacturing company . Developed and executed new business development, meeting and presenting capabilities to 60 top institutions . Instituted preferred vendor status for quotes and RFPas. Created quote activity of $35 million from no past quote history in the financi al market. Secured business with 2 of the top 10 banks by asset size and branch quantity w ith a business back up for 2007 of over $10 million and well positioned for with multiple additional develo ping opportunities. NewGround - Portsmouth, New Hampshire 5/97-12/04 VICE PRESIDENT KEY ACCOUNTS (11/99 -12/04) Successfully handled; branding, design, and merchandising consulting with the to p 200 financial institutions in the United States. Oversaw strategic projects within multiple disciplines including: concept design, engineering, production, and installation. Developed new business, managed accounts, prepared proposals, and negotiated strategic plans.

Sales leader in all eligible years (2000-2003; voted Sales Most Valuable Player all four years). Turned the least profitable territory in the nation into the top producer, with over $2 million in sales annually. PETER ALLEN - 2 OF 2 VICE PRESIDENT SALES & MARKETING (5/97-11/99) Developed a cycle management program consisting of: individual sales forecasts, training, customer retention, national account management, and margin improvement. Expanded sales force while overseeing a staff 12 including: salespeople, account coordinators, creative directors, and administrative assist ants. Managed in-house advertising agency for client support, company advertising, product positioning, promotion, and high impact sales presentations. Led the sales department to a record sales year, while reorganizing territories and field basing the sales force. Established new sales methodologies, including standard sales template and comp uter based sales presentations. Implemented direct mail / telemarketing program, and developed a capabilities b rochure, ad supplement, and mail piece. The Baker Company, Sanford, Maine 7/90-5/97 INTERNATIONAL SALES MANAGER Responsible for international distribution, channel design, and management. Nego tiated distribution agreements including minimum volume commitments and price. Researched and analyzed sales an d budget requirements based on integrated product forecasts for equipment manufacturing. Oversaw product design and adaptation for international markets; successfully positioning, packaging, and pricing products by markets an d external competition. Strategically directed business and marketing initiatives, creating product presentations, bro chures, and sales tools. Developed, coordinated, and conducted national/international sales meetings and training. Achieved improvements in distribution productivity, significantly increasing th e installed base of customers (from 15 to over 500). Expand distribution base from 3 to over 30 dealers, growing sales revenues over 500% in 6 years. Negotiated the largest single contract ($650,000.00), accruing 75% of total sal es in the most profitable $1K to $39K ranges. Improved market position in Canada, advancing from 4th to 2nd place in market w ith a 30% share. Rorer Pharmaceuticals a" Ft. Washington, Pennsylvania 2/88-7/90 TERRITORY MANAGER, Northern New England Cultivated relationships and educated physicians, nurses, and physician assistan ts as to the benefits of Rorer product lines, thus establishing new prescription habits. Worked with HMOas and pharmaci es to establish preferred drug status. Maintained wholesale accounts to insure complete distribution functions for the companyas products. Division sales leader in 1988 with 129% of quota; 112% of quota in 1989. Membership in the 105% club for targeted product groups (in the two years eligi ble). M.F. Blouin - Rollinsford, New Hampshire 1983-2/88 ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE

Consulted on visual merchandising/marketing fixtures for major banks and adverti sing agencies in a five-state territory. Maintained and upgraded existing systems within established accounts thus assuring customer retention while prospecting for new customers. Oversaw in-house design, including; creativ e layout, product development, and manufacturing (presented results to senior bank management via visual presentati ons). First in profitable visual merchandising survey sales. Consistently increased overall annual sales. E D U C A T I O N University of New Hampshire - Durham, NH - B.A. Degree/Communications, Minor: Bu siness - 1982