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View Profile: Member ID #27866

Manufacturers Rep or Independent Sales Rep

Houston, TX, United States
Industry Expertise
Target Customers

Physicians, Dentists, Pharmacists, Hospitals, Long Term Care Facilities, Assisted Living Facilities and End Users.

Product Lines

DME, Surgical Instruments, Dental Instruments/Supplies Medical Equipment including Capital Equipment.

Additional Info About This Rep
Join Date: June 28, 2007
Update Date: December 10, 2018
Last Login: December 10, 2018

Years of Experience: 15
Monthly Sales: 10,000 - 50,000
 Multi-Rep Agency 

Both are commission only. An Independent Rep is a single person working by themselves, while a Rep Agency has a least two reps, and sometimes many more, likely have offices with support staff, and frequently cover a wider territory or more facets of an industry than a single Independent Rep can do.

 
No
Is this a Rep agency or company with many Reps?
 Warehouses Product 

Does the Rep provide warehouse space for the products they represent?

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No
Does the Rep have warehouse space for the products they represent?
 Services Product 

Does the Rep provide maintenance or servicing of installed products, or assist in other ways in product installation. Such servicing is of course dependant upon the nature of the product. An example might be that for an MRI machine, the vendor might require a quarterly reading from the MRI machine. This reading would be "servicing" the product.

 
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Does the Rep provide service on the products they represent?
 Represent Services 

Typically an Independent Rep carries lines of products which are physical and tangible. A service is a non-tangible product. For example, credit card processing and web design are services. Some reps can carry lines of both products and services; other reps specialize in either one or the other.

 
Yes
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 Requires Up-Front Fee 

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Upfront fees may be required when the rep has to expend time and effort to build your market or your channel.

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No
Does the Rep require an up-front fee?
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Bachelors
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Female
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Territories Covered By This Rep
  • Arizona
  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Kentucky
  • Louisiana
  • Michigan
  • Oklahoma
  • South Carolina
  • Texas
  • Virginia
  • West Virginia
Customer Categories
  • 446   Health and Personal Care Stores
  • 454   Nonstore Retailers
  • 524   Insurance Carriers and Related Activities
  • 525   Funds, Trusts, and Other Financial Vehicles
  • 622   Hospitals
  • 623   Nursing and Residential Care Facilities

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