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Curriculum Vitae

Ho Thi Thu Suong

CAREER Objective:

CUSTOMER SERVICE

PERSONAL DETAIL

Date of birth: June 20th 1990 Place of birth: Quang Nam Province Address: 44 Phan Tu Street, Ngu Hanh Son District, Da Nang city Mobile: 0973 936 890 Email : Hothithusuong90@gmail.com Health: Good Marital Status: Single

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

• “ Bachelor of Business Administration” by Da Nang University of Economics • “ English communication” by Anh - Viet Center • “ Office computing” by Da Nang Education & Training Directory

EDUCATION

• 2008 – 2012 + Degree: Bachelor of Economics. + Major : Business Administration – Da Nang University of Economics

RELEVANT EMPLOYMENT

• Nov 2011 – Sep 2012: CITYSMART EDUCATION & TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION
+ Position: Sales Showroom o Introduce products to customers at showroom o Analyse customer data. o Connect with customers and create a good relationship to them. o Introduce products directly in schools, language centres ... o Organize events to introduce new products. o Make a report of showroom’s result and plans in future prospects. o Control inventories.

+ Key Achievement: o Team Contribution Award for reaching high result.

• Sep 2012 – Sep 2013: NEW LIFE KOREA VIET NAM TRADE COMPANY
+ Position: Customer service o Get orders from stores and customers. o Prepare sales contract o Send quotation to customer o Synthesize and analyse customer’s feedback o Expand new market o Create marketing strategy + Key Achievement: o Increase sales o Expanded agents

OTHER SKILLS

|Computing |Soft Skill |Foreign Language |Sale – Marketing knowledge |
|+…...

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