ms.stephaniebailey

Lawrenceville, Georgia, United States

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I started as a marketing assistant at a small large printing company right after college. I managed all marketing aspects for the company from monthly newsletters to tracking promotions. One of my biggest achievements was using trend analysis on geographic keywords to drive local traffic to the company's website. With the following analysis, the company's website started to populate within page 1 of Google search under certain industry keywords.

After working a few years at the printing company, I was recommended for an account management role within a national consumer drink-ware company. I was able to identify key issues within their customer service level and implement resolutions to grow the business. I also assisted on 6 sigma projects on identifying product manufacturing issues. With these implementations, the company grew from $20M to $50M within 3 years.

I am currently a senior demand planner at one of the largest luxury wood moulding companies. I use market trends and historical data to analysis key product attributes and customer trends to understand future sales and products, which the company's buyers order against. I work with key stake holders to identify monthly service and financial risks - leading S&OP processes, planogram resets, and channel review meetings.

I love being a fixer. I love analyzing a situation to find a resolution for a company's problem. Whether it is marketing campaigns to supply chain issues, I believe data can be used identify current and future issues that can be proactively identified and resolves.

Work Terms

I'm available Monday thru Friday from 8 AM to 5 PM EST via email and after 6 PM EST via phone. Saturday and Sunday, I'm available all day both email and phone. Monthly check point meetings will be established during the project timeline. If there's an emergency, please email me so we can set up an emergency meeting. My direct line will be given during the initial project meeting and on the project briefing.