New Book Shows Readers the Way to Becoming a World Class Global Buyer

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Author Robert Eugene Beasley Jr. has created a veritable guide to success in ‘THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE TO BECOMING A WORLD CLASS GLOBAL BUYER.’

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The world economy is constantly changing. This is due to the emergence of globalization and the amazing advances in transportation and telecommunication. With such advancements though, it is quite important for entrepreneurs to have an edge on the competition. In “THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE TO BECOMING A WORLD CLASS GLOBAL BUYER,” author Robert Eugene Beasley, Jr. shares his hard earned experience to those who truly wish to become effective global buyers.

“THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE TO BECOMING A WORLD CLASS GLOBAL BUYER” is a self-help book, where one will learn the thirteen specific skills required to become a world-class buyer, such as transportation, billing terms, cash flow, profit, long-term contracts, partnering versus strategic alliance, mentoring, ethics and morals, business modeling, and effective presentations, just to name a few. Also included in the book are the eight steps in supply category management, negotiating for damages, seven key attributes for success, and the fifteen common traits of winners. Last but certainly not the least, are the very helpful hints found after each chapter, which are summarized in the closing chapter 25.

This highly informative and eye-opening book draws from Mr. Beasley’s forty eight years of experience. “THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE TO BECOMING A WORLD CLASS GLOBAL BUYER” is without a doubt a must have for entrepreneurs everywhere.

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About the Author
Mr. Beasley worked for forty-eight years, of which the final thirty-nine years of his career were in procurement. He began as a warehouse noncommissioned officer (NCO) in Crailsheim while serving three years in the US Army. He honed the personality traits of discipline, organization, respect for others, and sound logistic principles. These principles were the cornerstones for a very successful career in procurement.After his three-year tour of duty in the military, Bob became a junior buyer with Old Ben Coal Company, a subsidiary of Standard Oil of Ohio (SOHIO) and British Petroleum (BP). He was promoted numerous times from junior buyer to senior materials director, as he relocated three times to Lexington, Kentucky; Cleveland, Ohio; and Evansville, Indiana. Bob was with these companies for seventeen years.

Publication Date: February 12, 2014
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 188 pages; 9781493163700
Trade Hardback; $22.99; 188 pages; 9781493163717
e-book; $3.99; 9781493163724

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