Eric La Core
- Cromwell US-CT
- [email protected]
o Commended for excellent sales and customer service skills. o Creative, talented, organized, motivated and ambitious with a high achiever’s work ethic.o Seven years marketing and sales experience during college internships and post university employment.o Strong PC skills: Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint and basic HTML.o Knowledge of Japanese business culture with moderate Japanese language fluency.o Experience working in Australia and Japan. Travel throughout several countries in Western Europe, Asia and Russia.
o Self-starter, strong interpersonal skills and professional self confidence.o Avid photographer with an artistic eye, mind and heart and has had several published works.
To work on the business side of a creative company
●2010 Nissan Racing Team. Formula III 24 Hour Endurance. Tokyo, Japan.
●2007 Jaguar Club of North America. Ranked 4th nationally in-class.
●2005:07 Lime Rock Parkway Annual Roadrace. 3rd, 2nd place.
●2010:11 PAS Magazine, Tamasabaro, Board of Education, Grisman.
●2011 Niigata Ten, first place.
●Developed lesson plans and the curriculum for the Board of Education.
●Managed the English Program for Elementary and Junior High Schools.
●Community outreach activities and Study Center.
●Trainer for T-Mobile’s National Retail Partners.
●Event coordinator and new-product rep at regional retail locations.
●“Most Consistent Performer Award;” 7th in national sales.
●Online social marketing.
●Managed and promoted automotive events: Car shows, track rentals and racing events.
●Web design and development.
●Designed and marketed club clothing and accessories.
●Managed club accounts, event revenue and business sponsorships.
●Processed financial transactions.
●Anticipated customer needs
●Bank service marketing.
●Small business specialist: Marketing and sales.
●Surpassed daily and monthly sales goals.
●Business Management & International Business.
●President of the Japanese Culture Club
●Graduated with Honors.
●Parillo Gran Prix Award “Highest Cadet Achiever in horsemanship proficiency and for the training and welfare of fellow cadets.”