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Originally posted by Willy Franzen on September 9, 2013. Updated through a sponsorship agreement.
Posted by Willy Franzen on September 9, 2013. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Child & Family Therapist (Residential)||Corvallis, OR|
|Level 1 Nursery Nurse - (Nursery RN)||Seattle, WA|
|Physical Therapist - Home Health - (PT - HH)||San Francisco, CA|
|Physical Therapist - Skilled - (PT - Skilled)||San Francisco, CA|
|Intern aka Office Ninja||New York, NY|
|Emergency Medicine Physician - Permanent: Emergency Medicine - Full Support, State of the art ER close to DC||Virginia|
|Occupational Therapist||West Valley City, UT|
|Occupational Therapist, PRN, Hunter Hollow||West Valley City, UT|
|Community Health Intern||San Mateo, CA|
|Cardmember Assistance Summer Internship||New Albany, OH|
Some people can flat out sell. Give them any product, and they’ll convince people to hand over money for it. When these kinds of people are paired with great products in a market that they’re familiar with, the magic really happens. Think Billy Mays. He had a formula for finding, developing, and marketing household products that you’d never buy without his influence. Stroll is a Philadelphia, PA based company with a similar ability to sell and market; however, they’re solely focused on consumer education products. The company’s mission is “to transform lives by discovering the world’s best educational products and turning them into best-sellers.” Apparently they’re succeeding–Stroll made the Inc. 5000 with 424% thee-year growth to $84.9 million in revenue.
Stroll’s flagship product is called Pimsleur Approach, and it’s a language learning program. I couldn’t find any information on other products, but you can be sure that if it’s high-margin and educational, Stroll is interested in it. I really like Stroll’s website because it does a tremendous job of introducing and explaining what the company does. All you have to do is scroll from side to side (not up and down) to work your way through all of the details. They actually provide a lot of information on how they do business, which is surprising considering that e-commerce/online marketing companies often like to keep things close to their chests. I don’t really need to tell you much more about them since they do such a good job themselves, but be sure to visit their Careers page. Right now there are a few opportunities worth looking at including:
There are some great options, so check them out.
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