MyBinding.com, a rapidly growing Inc.5000 company, welcomes sales representative Dustin Burch to their Inside Sales Team.
HILLSBORO, OR, March 30, 2012 – MyBinding.com, one of the nation’s leading Internet retailers of document finishing equipment and supplies, recently added a new Inside Sales Team to their company and welcomed current team member Dustin Burch to the start-up department.
Alaskan-born Burch has been with MyBinding.com since October of 2010. He started at MyBinding.com as an Account Manager working in sales. When he learned of openings in the novel department, he jumped at the chance to explore a new opportunity.
“I’m excited to grow with MyBinding.com,” said Burch, when asked what drew him to the position. “This company offers the opportunity to make a career rather than simply having another job.”
Burch and three others are part of an inaugural department of Inside Sales. Their department is headed up by John Whitted, also a newcomer to MyBinding.com. Each of the four employees under Whitted have their own territory to manage. They are working on forming new partnerships with various businesses around the country. All the of them possess the skills necessary to be successful in this position as well as personal strengths that help them to excel.
“Dustin is very detail-oriented,” said Whitted. “He is exceptional at following through and his previous experience with the company allows him to bring a vast product knowledge to our team.”
A Google search of MyBinding.com will show a number of successful marketing tactics, including article writing, blogging, video creation, and more. They are focused on delivering high quality content that provides real value for their customers. With this new sales endeavor, they hope to expand their marketing plan and get their name out even further.
“Inside sales is a diverse team of people with varied sales experience across different industries,” said Whitted when describing his employees. “Dustin and the others are working hard to get our name out nationally and across vertical markets.”