MyBinding.com recently hired Washington State graduate Henry Lin for their marketing department.
HILLSBORO, OR, May 4, 2012 – MyBinding.com, one of the nation’s leading Internet retailers of document finishing equipment and supplies, recently added Marketing graduate Henry Lin to their expanding roster.
“Our team is growing to fill new positions within the marketing department,” said Jeff McRitchie, Vice President of Marketing at MyBinding.com. “It’s exciting to see what these new employees add to the company.”
In recent months, MyBinding.com has done their part to support the local economy by hiring several new employees. Specifically in the marketing department, Lin is one of three new hires in the last month. McRitchie has recently hired Toni Boudreault as head of Graphic Design as well as another employee due to start soon. These two hires along with Lin are part of an upward trend in staffing that MyBinding.com has seen in the last six months.
“This seems like a great team to join, my coworkers are a lot of fun,” said Lin. “We all work hard and get the job done but we do so in a fun and friendly atmosphere.”
Lin comes to MyBinding.com with a BA in Marketing from Washington State University. After an internship at TFG Car Solutions and a few years as a visual merchandiser for the Nike Employee Store, Lin landed at MyBinding.com after searching for a company with which he could grow. As the newest marketing assistant, Lin is responsible for adding pages to the website, writing product descriptions, taking photos, and more. He is also available to assist the team as needed and enjoys the versatility that marketing can bring.
“I really enjoy all the different channels that there are to go through, from internet to retail and more, it’s very fascinating,” said Lin when asked about his favorite part of marketing. “I like to get inside the consumer’s mind and figure out how to market to them.”
Lin has already shown himself to be a fast worker with a great attitude. He joined the marketing team at a time of change and seamlessly adapted. Lin handles new tasks with ease and is enjoying learning about the binding industry.
“It’s cool to be working for a company that has grown so much in an industry I never know was this big,” said Lin. “I’m excited to see where this job takes me.”