Merchandising Representative (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 5 July 2017
Best part was as a merchandiser always got to put out flowers and help people pick flowers or make little arrangements. The job was terrible because you were always waiting on the driver to deliver the order, store stock people to take it to the floor for you, communication with management both of the store you are merchandising and from CIM is terrible. They try to do all electronically but sometimes you just need to TALK.
Poste de représentante promotionnelle (Former Employee) – Montréal-nord – 2 November 2014
L'expérience chez cim a été courte et agréable. Je faisais des dégustations à Maxi. Mon poste était de préparer ce qui avait a déguster et de les payer après avec la carte de crédit de la compagnie. Après chaque quart de travail, il fallait remplir un formulaire pour expliquer la journée et de rentrer nos ventes.
Worked for PepsiCo managing their national retail sales force in Canada.
CONSUMER IMPACT MARKETING (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 8 September 2013
In managing five sales managers and over 100 sales people across Canada for PepsiCo's Quaker, Tropicana and Gatorade division I developed processes and systems that maximized efficiency and effectiveness. We had to respond to urgent client (PepsiCo) requests to launch new products, ensure distribution, shelf schematics, pricing and merchandising were all sold into Grocery, Mass Merch. and C-Storea accounts. The people were great - hardworking, creative and industrious. By far the best part of the job.
Near people and challenges.
Too big a country. Hard to see people in person enough!
Productive, informative and engaging with customers
Brand Ambassador (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 14 April 2013
• Excellent communication with diverse groups • Excellent Sales and Marketing skills development • Monitored and supervised a small number of employees • Completed planned training activities in order to obtain the desired amount of product and brand knowledge • Developed excellent problem solving skills
Product Ambassador (Former Employee) – Prince George Bc – 3 January 2013
It was a good job. it was only seasonal. I did sampling of different products that came out. I learned not every job is that same and if you make it fun it will work out of the best. my co-workers were great to work with becuause if i needed help with something they were right there more then willing to help.
Work hard and play hard = superior results environment!
Consumer Impact Marketing (Former Employee) – Etobicoke, ON – 23 October 2012
CIM's environment and culture truly resonates with a 'work hard yet play hard' mentality. Enthusiasm was contagious, excitement was in the air and client service and consumer experiential marketing was the goal in this 'family feel' like company.