MyBinding.com, a rapidly growing Inc. 5000 company, adds Eugene native Rebekah Palmer to their growing employee roster.
HILLSBORO, OR, April 6, 2012 – MyBinding.com, one of the nation’s leading Internet retailers of document finishing equipment and supplies, recently welcomed Oregon-born Rebekah Palmer onto their inside sales team.
Originally from Eugene, Palmer earned undergraduate and graduate degrees in San Jose and San Diego. Upon returning to her Oregon roots, she worked in various sales positions before learning about the opportunities at MyBinding. Excited for the chance to be a part of an inaugural team in a new department, Palmer joined MyBinding.com towards the end of February.
“This is a great opportunity to get in on the ground floor,” said Palmer, when asked what drew her to the position. “I’m excited to help build the company.”
Palmer and three others make up a brand new department of Inside Sales. Headed up by John Whitted, this division is rapidly growing through developing new business partnerships across the nation. Each employee manages their own territory and works to meet the needs of all their clients. All four team members possess excellent communication skills and vast product knowledge as well as personal strengths.
“Rebekah brings a large and varied skill set that really benefits the entire team,” said Whitted. “She is persistent and efficient without being pushy and customers respond well to her.”
MyBinding.com has enjoyed long-term success in their marketing efforts. They work hard to provide valuable content across the web including helpful videos, daily blog posts, product reviews, and a handful of other tasks with the goal of spreading their name. This new sales tactic is designed to expand their varied marketing efforts by getting 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. “Rebekah and the others are working hard to get our name out nationally and across vertical markets.”