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John Chapin

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Member since: Jun 07, 2012

Before helping start Complete Selling, Inc. in 2007, John sold bank equipment for Diebold, Inc. where he became the top salesperson in the New England Region his first full year. At the request of upper level management, John spoke several times about his success selling against the competition at semi-annual and annual meetings.

Prior to the job with Diebold, John worked for Micro Arc Welding Company where he took a three year old, non-profitable branch of the business, which was only in two States, and made it profitable within four months. He expanded the business to 48 States and five continents around the world in two years and through expansion of this one branch, doubled total company revenues via telemarketing and print ads.

John began his sales career as a stock broker at age 21. One month after he started, the market fell 22% in one day. John thrived in this difficult market and went on to become the youngest branch manager for a national brokerage firm.

John is co-author of Sales Encyclopedia - The most comprehensive "how-to" guide on selling. (January, 2009)

Other highlights:

John has extensive experience in both face-to-face and telemarketing sales, he has spent most of his time in straight commission sales.

As the youngest branch manager for a national brokerage firm John managed the office from #46 out of 52, to #11 while still managing his own accounts.

While at Micro Arc Welding, John secured accounts with companies such as Levis, Lee Jeans, and Fruit of the Loom and showed them a new and better way of doing business. John was responsible for all aspects of sales and marketing.

John is also an award winning public speaker; he was voted the second best speaker out of 127 Toastmasters Clubs in Massachusetts.

He also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

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