2012 seems to be the year for VMS to be welcoming the future. With its recent web updates, the addition of social media sites, and their interest in the digital world we certainly see a company preparing for a successful future.
Burnsville, Minnesota (PRWEB) August 09, 2012
Viking Magazine Service announced today that it continues to expand and is looking to hire more employees in Fridley and Burnsville, Minnesota, as well as its Ames, Iowa location. The company was originally established in a small office across the street from the University of Minnesota: Minneapolis in 1994. Beginning with 6 employees, VMS now has over 350 employees at three locations with plans to continue expanding.
Viking Magazine Service specializes in magazine sales in an ever-fluctuating market. With many print magazine sales declining in today’s more digital market, growth for VMS doesn’t seem to be slowing down. The company is currently looking into expanding toward digital magazines, mobile apps, and is also considering branching out into Canadian markets. They currently have a 35% increase in hiring over the next 6-8 weeks, and are offering full time start up positions with advancement opportunities and benefits available. Their call centers include inbound and outbound phone sales positions. Viking Magazine Service is looking to fill these positions with self-driven individuals interested in joining our team-motivated environment.
Owner Dave Moulder says, “VMS is truly a team business. As we grow together our employment opportunities grow, as well as our products and services for our consumers. We have never grown just for the sake of being the biggest, rather our goal has always been to be the best, for our customers and our employees.”
2012 seems to be the year for VMS to be welcoming the future. With its recent web updates, the addition of social media sites, and their interest in the digital world we certainly see a company preparing for a successful future. All things considered VMS is in a business that has an element of uncertainty. The decline in print magazines has been happening for many years, and it is nice to know that 2012 promises to be their best year yet. The vision of Viking Magazine Service along with its ability to adapt with the times shows continued hope for the many people in the industry and the customers they serve.
In its 18 years of existence, Viking Magazine Service has earned an excellent reputation with both the publishers and consumers for reliability, dependability, and integrity. Their mission is to provide consumers and their families with the highest quality magazines at the most affordable price, while assisting the publishers in maximizing their ability to reach our shared target consumer.