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Taylor Offer

Sales Development Specialist

“Best account to follow on LinkedIn” Forbes 30 under 30. Featured in NY Times, Entrepreneur, Forbes

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Taylor Offer's Work Experience

LinkedIn

Sales Development Specialist

January 2016 to July 2016

Greater Chicago Area

Shack Shirt

CEO/ Founder

March 2013 to December 2014

www.shackshirt.com

Hitcents.com

Business Development and Product Management

June 2014 to August 2014

San Francisco Bay Area

Taylor Offer's Education

University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Bachelor's degree, Entrepreneurship/Entrepreneurial Studies

2011 to 2015

Isenberg School of Management, UMass Amherst

Bachelor of Business Administration, Finance, 4.0

2011 to 2013

John Cabot University

International Business

2014 to 2014

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LinkedIn

Tech sales and stuff

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About Taylor Offer

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Sales Development Specialist @ LinkedIn Tech sales and stuff From January 2016 to July 2016 (7 months) Greater Chicago AreaCEO/ Founder @ Shack Shirt Started a custom T shirt company and ran it during my sophomore and junior year. From Club Events to Fraternity Formals, everyone was comfortable paying $12-$20 for a T Shirt. I looked into producing them and realized I could make them for less than $5. The summer before my Junior year, I drove cross-country from Los Angeles to my school in Amherst, Massachusetts, stopping at over 20 major universities along the way. I went door to door to different Fraternities and Sororities generating leads and pledging to price match any other quote they got on shirts. . Would get paid $10-$15/shirt from the organization, then make then for under $5/shirt, basically just middle manning these deals without having to take on risk or inventory. It was chill until people starting complaining about "This shirt is burgundy, not maroon" even though they are the same thing. People are super picky in the custom apparel game and I didn't want to deal with that so I got out. From March 2013 to December 2014 (1 year 10 months) www.shackshirt.comBusiness Development and Product Management @ Hitcents.com I interned at Hitcents the summer after my junior year. My first time living in a city alone and working in the "real world"! During this internship my focus was developing concepts for mobile games. All my concepts must have sucked because none got made, or even wire framed. Come to think about it, I don't recall ever getting a "good job" or even a "That's a great idea but not now". Real World - 1, Taylor - 0 From June 2014 to August 2014 (3 months) San Francisco Bay AreaIntern @ Tilt.com Assisted in marketing the company to college students. Honestly just got a bunch of free swag, like a ridiculous amount, and gave it to my friends. I got maybe 50 people to sign up for the app, and gave thousands of dollars of swag/merch out. Company definitely took a negative ROI on me From January 2014 to May 2014 (5 months) Campus Ambassador @ Bloomberg LP I was the campus ambassador for Bloomberg. I didn't really do anything, but I got paid for it. At the time I was a Finance Major/hardo who was trying to do Investment Banking, so Bloomberg was good on my resume. From August 2013 to December 2013 (5 months) Amherst, MassInvestment Banking Summer Analyst @ Equinox Securities, Inc. After my sophomore year, I interned at Scarborough Capital, a boutique Investment Banking Firm under Equinox Securities. I worked on a wide variety of deals here, from sourcing PIPE Financing (Private Investment in Public Equity) deals, to building complex financial models for Real Estate Deals, to working from start to finish on Convertible Notes on Pink Sheet Stocks, I got a wide exposure and understanding to the many types of financial instruments. Wore a suit and tie and picked up lunch/coffee for this office everyday. It usually took interns all summer to memorize the coffee orders, and know who doesn't like tomatoes and onions on their sandwiches, but I had that shit memorized by day 3, so they were impressed. From June 2013 to August 2013 (3 months) Los AngelesProcessing Analyst @ State Street I worked here for about 5 months during my sophomore year, my role was to process stock trades. By process I mean check the math on the trade ticket and send the trade to the DTC or FED. I literally would just be double checking math all day. This was my first real experience in a corporate environment with KPI's and manager meetings and all that BS. I learned how to cheat the system here, and make it seem like I was doing more work than I actually was. Pretty much just chilled at my desk and listened to music all day. There was a Wendy's next door and I spent a lot of time there eating chicken nuggets, that was fun. From August 2012 to December 2012 (5 months) Hadley, MAFounder and President @ Networking Club Started a Networking Club because I was a try-hard networker at the time and wanted to inspire others. I would get like 50-100 fellow students to come listen to me talk once a week on different business topics. I was a Sophomore at the time, and it was mostly Junior and Seniors coming to hear my ramble off some bullshit, it made me feel smart and important, so that was good. From January 2012 to December 2012 (1 year) University of Massachusetts- AmherstSales Intern @ Equinox After my freshman year I interned at Equinox, a bougie gym in West Los Angeles. I was in a sales role, working on creative way to get more people to sign up for membership. I leveraged online blogs and forums, as well as setting up group classes for local companies. My goal was to get as many potential leads in the door as possible for my Manager to close. I think I got like 12 people to come in during my 10 weeks working there, so I really sucked. I would spend 1-2 hours a day working out in the gym, 3-5 hours a day hanging out in the spa/sauna/jacuzzi/massage room, and probably 30 minutes a day working. Sean Kingston, Chris Brown, Justin Bieber and a ton of other celebrities would always workout there, so I got a lot of great, heart to heart sauna talk with a ton of cool people. You really connect with someone when you're butt naked in a tiny 160 degree room with them. From June 2012 to August 2012 (3 months) Greater Los Angeles AreaSecretary of Web Marketing @ Student Government Association I worked on the Student Government my freshman year of college. I would analyze all the websites traffic through Google Analytics and develop strategies to get more traffic. On my resume it says I increased traffic by over 800% . They had like 15 visitors a day and I increased it to like 40 a day. I know, that's not 800%, but who would ever check that and call me out on it??? No one ever did. From January 2012 to July 2012 (7 months) University of MassachusettsCamp Counselor @ Iverbe Sports Camp During high school I worked at a summer camp and got paid $8.50 and hour and thought I was rich From June 2009 to August 2011 (2 years 3 months) Ticket Salesman/Scorekeeper @ CIF Soccer Games Sold hot dogs at high school soccer games. They said we could help ourselves to the food, and I probably ate more hot dogs than I sold. I would sell about 8-12 hotdogs/event. Yeah. I definitely ate more than I sold. From February 2011 to March 2011 (2 months) Downey, CAFounder @ Taylor Parker Agency We Win the Internet for our clients.We are are experts in:Digital AdvertisingEmail MarketingSocial MediaIf you need help with any of those feel free to reach out!www.taylorparkeragency.com Greater Los Angeles AreaBusiness Leadership Program: Associate - Global Sales @ LinkedIn My first real job out of college! The Business Leadership Program is a fairly new program at LinkedIn helping the company create a talent pipeline for their future leadership positions. Every year they get thousands of applicants and only accept 60 kids. I still don't know why or how I got accepted, practically every other kid that started with me was top of their class from an Ivy League school and was saving the world, while I was a 3.0 student from Umass who was slangin' socks. I learned a lot here, met a lot of smart people, and got really good at ping pong.My first 4 months (July 2015- November 2015) was spent with the Talent Acquisition team, identifying top talent and recruiting them to join the LinkedIn team.In my next rotation (November 2015- February 2016) I joined the Global Customer Operations team. During this rotation I supported our members and customers with anything they needed to learn about the platform. This rotation enabled me to learn LinkedIn inside and out.After 8 months (February 2016) I started a new role in Sales. From July 2015 to February 2016 (8 months) San Francisco Bay AreaFounder @ Market Loco During my first semester freshman year, I joined the typical "Umass Class of 2015"​ group. I realized the group was only being used to buy and sell items. There was a different Facebook Group for every year, creating all these segmented marketplaces to buy and sell items. Given that Craigslist wasn't really used by students, and Umass alone is its own community of 30,000 people, I decided to create an online marketplace to make it easier for students to buy and sell items. I partnered up with a buddy at Michigan and we launched at our 2 schools. We got about 500,000 pageviews and over 2,000 items posted for sale on the site, but we tried scaling too quickly to too many schools instead of focusing on sustaining the users at our pilot schools. We stretched ourselves too thin and decided to shut it down. My first failed startup! From March 2012 to December 2013 (1 year 10 months) Background Dancer (Justin Bieber Music Video) @ Song: "Confident Ft. Chance the Rapper" I was a background dancer in a Justin Bieber music video, over 200 Million views on Youtube! I come in on the video at 4:34 here (https://youtu.be/47YClVMlthI?t=4m32s) or see my poster I have on my wall of it here (https://www.instagram.com/p/-DbQUZgmuB/?taken-by=tayloroffer)#swag From November 2013 to November 2013 (1 month) Los AngelesFounder @ FEAT *Use code LinkedInfluence at www.featclothing.com for a nice surprise :)* Been through all the shit and still alive! Raised millions of dollars, had a team of 20 people, worked with the biggest influencers/celebrities in the world, sold millions of dollars of socks, named Forbes 30 under 30 and all that other good stuff.Been hundreds of thousands dollars in debt, been screwed over by agencies, employees, manufacturers and pretty much everyone. Outsourced the whole team, made everything efficient AF and now after four years finally have a profitable and sustainable business (I think, for now at least).Hoping to be as transparent as possible to paint a real picture of Entrepreneurship that shows the ups AND the downs. Check it out at www.featclothing.com and use code LinkedInfluence for a surprise! Greater Los Angeles AreaDaily Newsletter Writer @ Group Chat News I wrote a daily newsletter that Group Chat that was super fun, funny and informative! Loved writing everyday, but got a little too busy to prioritize it! I wrote a newsletter everyday for almost a year! It was a lot!


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