Marketing Coordinator Cover Letter
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Dear Ms. Betty Payne:
As a successful Marketing Director with experience leading teams to generate unsurpassed revenue growth, I am an extremely focused, driven and results-oriented leader. I have extensive skills in the areas of revenue acceleration, market analysis, B2B sales, and development of major marketing initiatives.
I am a dedicated consultive sales/marketing expert with in-depth knowledge of client relationship management and leveraging sales techniques in order to grow market share. I possess the ability to clearly relate complex solutions to clients. My leadership skills enable me to turn around non-performing teams into profitable units generating new business. I am now seeking the opportunity to utilize my experience for your firm as a Marketing Director.
My highlights range from continuously meeting multi-million dollar goals to developing key partnerships. A sample of key contributions includes:
- Optimized marketing efforts with high impact campaigns, resulting in 200% revenue increase, from $500K to over $2M. Continue to grow 10% year over year.
- Increased client’s overall profits by 250% through facility improvements and streamlined operations, boosting rental sales.
- Drove revenues 10-12% above National REITs in rental sales.
- Administered 40+ commercial real estate development projects from site selection, feasibility, financing, and construction to opening day.
I would welcome the opportunity to discuss my offerings with you in a more personal setting and I have included my contact information for your convenience. Thank you in advance for your consideration and I look forward to our conversation.