Driving a taxi, informing clients about the objectives of the city, hotels and other places of interest.
Cultivation of vegetables and fruits, animal breeding, personal products marketing.
The Bell/Valet Attendant is responsible for providing a positive first and last impression to guests as they arrive and leave the hotel. When servicing guests, the Bellperson is responsible for being professional, friendly, and helpful, using the "Five Hospitality Standards" of eye contact, a smile, speak first, engage in polite conversation, and use the guest's surname. The position also involves assisting guests with their luggage and packages upon arrival and departure and for arranging transportation when necessary. Park and retrieve guests' vehicles in a courteous, efficient and safe manner.
Administration and management of the company, products sale and supply. Retail trade in fairs and markets.
Marketing, distribution and management of commercial product. Elaboration of daily drilling reports, job ticket and client documents. Merchendaising, staying in touch with old customers and finding new clients. Marketing research.
Market prospecting, contacting potential clients, telemarketing, elaboration of personalized offers and closing contracts. After sale service assurance