Mark Beeston and William Bain Discuss the ‘Future is Now’ with Fotis Georgiadis
In two recent interviews, Fotis Georgiadis discusses the newest technologies with Mark Beeston and William Bain. Excerpts of the interviews are below, Building their image and their brand increasing trust in the marketplace for their companies. This is critical for growth and beating out the competition. Reach out to Fotis Georgiadis at the below contact options.
Mark Beeston, VP of Sales and Marketing Vioguard
How have you used your success to bring goodness to the world?
“The world would be a much better place if we treated everyone the way that we ourselves would like to be treated. It is important to treat everyone with respect & compassion no matter the circumstance”— Mark Beeston, VP of Sales and Marketing Vioguard
At Vioguard, we are eager to continue educating consumers about the pathogens they carry with them on their cell phones constantly. People touch their phones roughly 2,600 times a day, and 40–60% of viruses and bacteria transfer on contact. Because Vioguard kills 99.99% of all bacteria on small items such as cell phones, we have the opportunity to greatly reduce the spread of illness. UVC is a green technology. Cleaning items like disposable chemical wipes have a negative impact on the environment, as thousands end up in landfills every day. We provide a safer, environmentally friendly alternative that will make an impact for generations to come.
What are your “5 Things I Wish Someone Told Me Before I Started” and why. (Please share a story or example for each.)
It is important to remember that you will most likely will not end up in the career that you got your degree in. I got my college degree in engineering, while now I am well into a fulfilling career in healthcare/life sciences sales and marketing.
Social experience and networking will add more value than yor actual degree. I wish someone had told me to focus a large amount of efforts on networking and building relationships that last.
Learn how to think critically and question information — whether it be in a work setting, personal setting or the absorption of information.
Listen to advice of all people, prioritize the important information and forget all the rest.
It is important to take all information that you hear or read with a grain of salt. We are constantly consuming information from all sources, such as media, social media, news, etc. and it is important to think critically and skeptically and research the information you receive.
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