'Nothing is more exciting than growth. We started with just one office on Wall Street and by the end of our first year we have grown into another 3 markets.
Chicago, Ill. (PRWEB) December 17, 2012
In a time where unemployment is almost eight percent, Black Operations, Inc. has created a tremendous amount of work opportunities in three of America's major cities: New York City, Chicago, and Miami, and have announced plans to open a second location in Chicago, Illinois.
"Nothing is more exciting than growth. We started with just one office on Wall Street and by the end of our first year we have grown into three new markets," says CEO Black.
With the staff, processes and implementation strategies already in place, Black Operations Inc.'s expansion in Chicago will be a streamlined process. Its new and expanded office will help forefront the company's presence in the Midwest and export sales into surrounding markets with strong demand and with the right conditions for profitable growth.
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Black Operations, Inc. have begun advertising work opportunities for their second location in Chicago; attributes the firm are looking for were outlined by Nona Black, Managing Director. "Our ideal candidate is scared of cubicles, doesn't want a boss per say but still needs a clear schedule with goals and deadlines, wants individual recognition while working in a team. Ambitious individuals who want to work in a progressive start-up outsourced marketing company, exercise campaign execution and deploy sales pitches in person will be the right fit for us."
Black Operations, Inc. encourages individual freedom. Everyone starts their mornings by analyzing their sales goals and results from the day prior and team members are invited to find ways to improve seeking out a wide network of mentors in the sales and marketing field. "The company provides a lot of knowledge for us to grasp. It’s cool to get paid to learn," says Neil Shahin with the company since 2012.
The sales and marketing firm is predicting a 35% growth rate for the first quarter of 2013. Their goal is to have a firm grip in four of the largest US markets – New York, Chicago, Miami before expanding into a forth city which will likely be Los Angeles, California. "Expanding in the US only makes sense if we can successfully grow in the largest cities and from there infiltrate smaller cities," ends Shahin.
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