66 Nanshan Rd. Apt. 201 Hangzhou 310010
Purchaser for Wal-Mart in Beijing
1994-2000, Purchaser at Hangzhou Friendship Store. Responsibe for purchasing arts and crafts, chinaware, cloth, clothes, electric appliances, leatherwares, shoes, sports good, stationery, toys. Established extensive contacts with manufacturers and distributors.
1989-1994, Purchaser at Hangzhou Department Store. Responsible for planning and doing actual purchases of such foodstuffs as frozen meat, confectionery, alcohols, beverages, dried aquatic products, rice and flour products, preserved fruits, spices. Succeeded in raising yearly sales volume by 25% at profit margins of 60-80%
1987-1989, Salesman at Foodstuffs Department of Hangzhou Supermarket. Handled annual sales volume of between 18 and 12 million yuan.
1981-1987, Xinhu Middle School
1975-1981, Hangzhou No. 62 Primary School
References, available upon request
A. Good morning, Angela, how have you been lately?
B. Morning, Michael. I’ve been very busy lately. One of our other vendors is going out of business and I’ve been searching for a suitable replacement.
A. Well, rest assured that you can count on us to be here for the long run，please sit down. Coffee?
B. No, thanks. I’ve been trying to cut down on the caffeine.
A. Haha, I could never do that. I’d be a zombie if I didn’t have my morning coffee fix. Let’s get down to business then.
B. Yes. I’ve come to talk with you about ordering the eight megapixel cameras for our new MePhone. The demand for phone cameras is growing, and Pear has been falling behind in the market.
A. That’s great! I’m glad to hear that Pear has finally jumped on the bandwagon. Right now our contract is for the five megapixel cameras. Is Pear still interested in having those?
B. No, we’re changing all the cameras to eight megapixels. We were hoping that by making your company our sole supplier for cameras we could negotiate a better deal.
A. Surely. Let’s get started by drafting a new contract.