Bachelor’s degree and an MBA degree in marketing from Northwestern University. Excellent presentation and communication skills. Speak Italian and German. Experienced in all aspects of international marketing research.
Bachelor’s degree in financial management. Successfully completed an internship with XYZ Corporation in Cleveland, Ohio. Developed communication skills through Toastmasters International. President of student government and professional business fraternity.
Global marketing executive with strong leadership experience in technology marketing, including company and product positioning, market segmentation definition, and analyst relations. Solid business foundation and experience in software sales and business development. Executive-level organizational leadership with well-rounded communication, presentation, teamwork, and interpersonal skills.
International Software Company with operations in the United States, Europe, South America and Asia focusing on data quality applications.
Marketing Internship – International Marketing Summer / Fall 2003
International Marketing Internship reporting directly to the Vice President of Global Marketing. Responsible for the worldwide market development activities including category creation, company and product positioning.
- Championed multiple customer and prospect industry forums raising the awareness of company and products increasing revenue by 22%.
- Implemented a direct mailing campaign for the Financial Services industry generating leads with such firms as Citibank, Deutchebank and Bank of Hong Kong
The introduction is typically a statement that mentions the position you are interested in and how you learned of it. Keep in mind, the recruiter or hiring manager will be reading many of these documents, therefore keep the introduction interesting and relevant.
The body of the cover letter is typically one or two paragraphs summarizing your skills, knowledge, experience and career goals. You should focus this section on your understanding of the employer’s needs and match your strengths to those needs.
The final paragraph highlights the action that you want the employer to take. It is also the section where you introduce your qualifications and request a phone call to set up an interview if interested. Make sure your final paragraph is confident and suggests a meeting or invites the recruiter to take further action.