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Chicago, IL – Credico USA, a leading global broker of face-to-face sales and marketing programs, today announced its investment in to 10 new markets as part of its U.S. growth strategy. Credico’s partnership with new independently owned and operated direct sales organizations in San Francisco, Las Vegas and Phoenix, marks the surge of direct sales and marketing for Credico’s clients in the Western markets. The renewed investment in the Western markets is the result of Credico’s sustained, year-over-year business growth.
“As one of our newest markets, the United States holds tremendous growth potential for Credico. It’s exciting to see what we’ve achieved thus far, particularly in 2014,” said Jesse Young, President of Credico USA. “Many companies choose Credico as their outsourced sales partner not just because it’s a cost effective way for them to reach new customers, but because we provide clients with access to outsourced suppliers in almost every major metropolitan area in the U.S. With additional investment in Arizona, California and Nevada, we’re taking the first step to aggressively branch into the West. We plan to continue expansion into the West and Midwest regions of the country to meet the needs of our growing client base.”
“Credico has been a valued collaborator for many years, and we’re pleased to expand our work together as Sprint provides the freedom of mobility to new consumers in the western U.S. through a range of communications services,” said David Kim, Director, Prepaid Indirect Sales Channels, Sprint. “As we continue to invest in our nationwide network and business growth, Credico’s knowledgeable on-the-ground sales suppliers are an important supplement to Sprint’s sales team, allowing us to directly connect with new consumers in new locations.”
Credico has built its client base from one to 15 clients in the U.S., including six Fortune 100 companies, since entering the market. Credico’s global sales experience spans several industries, including telecommunications, financial services, energy and charitable organizations. Credico’s identified Western based suppliers will be running door-to-door sales campaigns with existing, long-term Credico clients in the energy and telecommunications sectors.
“Our growing footprint is only possible because of the strong and engaged outsourced sales suppliers,” said Young.
In the U.S. alone, within the last three years, Credico’s network has grown from 50 independent sales suppliers to more than 1,500.
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