TORONTO, ON, CANADA, January 5, 2012 /Stanford Who’s Who/ — Stanford Who’s Who proudly announces the addition of Terry J. Newton to the exclusive ranks of premier professionals as a result of his magnificent work in business management. As Vice President of Business Development with X-Rite Inc., as well as throughout his brilliant professional career, Mr. Newton has consistently demonstrated the vision, dedication and diligence necessary to be successful in the business world.
Terry is a highly experienced management executive with an extensive background in team management, corporate sales, business development and solution selling, delivering exceptional results in a fast paced environment. He has superior leadership skills as well as an uncanny ability to relate to customers’ needs, producing key results that assure growth and profit requirements are met on a consistent basis. This has been the hallmark that has driven his career path.
Mr. Newton has a wide ranging skill set which has been honed from years of accepting increasing levels of responsibility in the organizations he has worked for. More noteworthy among these skills are his profound business acumen, ability to build and lead teams, sharply tuned presentation and negotiation skills, business development planning and execution. Over the course of this impressive career, Terry has had wide ranging global responsibilities. This has provided him the necessary experience to enable ongoing acceptance of diverse challenges both culturally and geographically.
During his collegiate career, Terry studied Sales and Marketing at Mohawk College as well as International Business and Commerce at McMaster University. Mr. Newton is a member of the GILD Alumni. He has been the recipient of numerous sales and management awards due to his extraordinary work. Terry continues to embrace new and exciting challenges within his career to expand his knowledge, ability and experience as both a business professional and mentor to others.
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