Ann Choi





ANN CHOI
115 S. Vista Grande, Anaheim Hills, CA 92807 • 714.287.3847 • annchoi006@gmail.com


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:


Marked Showroom | Los Angeles, CA


February 2013 - October 2016
Senior Sales Account Executive| August 2013 - October 2016




  • ●  Position contemporary designer women’s clothing lines




  • ●  Daydreamer, RES Denim, Solace London, Greylin, HAH, Heartloom, Sister Jane, Bardot, Myne,Elliatt, Rove Swim, Marysia Swim




  • ●  41% showroom sales increase from 2013 - 2016




  • ●  2010-2013: $6.1 million, 2014-2016: $7.8 million - 21% growth in the role of Account Executive




  • ●  Top Accounts: Bloomingdale’s, Nordstrom, Shopbop, Revolve, Urban Outfitters, Amazon, Nasty Gal, Pac Sun, Planet Blue, Stitch Fix, South Moon Under, Soul Cycle, Von Maur, Lulu’s, Corepower Yoga




  • ●  Provide end of season commentary and prepare monthly reports on account activity including sales/inventory levels, category sell through and style selling




  • ●  Collect and analyze retail sell-out performance and wholesale bookings history




  • ●  Monitor inventory and run ATS reports, offer in season buys for accounts based on reports, projections for upcoming season




  • ●  Work with buyers during sales appointments to ensure the achievement of proper assortment by client, location and budget plans




  • ●  Collaborate with designers on product assortment based on trend forecasts and customer’s demands




  • ●  Open 150 doors to over 300+ doors using existing relationships, roadwork, target lists, networking and cold calling




  • ●  Attend all major market appointments, trade shows and planned road appointments to generate sales




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Sales Coordinator| February 2013 - July 2013




  • ●  Produced new business relationships to boutiques and mini majors




  • ●  Executed new marketing and sales strategies to break into new markets




  • ●  Assisted sales executives for all major fashion trade shows and markets




  • ●  Managed interns on new projects and educated them on our role in the fashion industry


    Audrey 3+1 | Los Angeles, CA


    January 2010 - January 2013


    Showroom Assistant






  • ●  Maintained showroom appearance along with administrative duties




  • ●  Managed samples and maintained calendar of incoming and outgoing sales orders




  • ●  Assisted in appointments with buyers




  • ●  Executed preparation for Magic and followed up with orders












MRC (Michele Robertson Company) | Beverly Hills, CA


June 2008 - November 2009


Executive Assistant




  • ●  Coordinated associated meetings, travel and accommodation requirements




  • ●  Proactively administered publicists’ constantly changing schedules, ensuring the most effective use of time




  • ●  Organized and maintained extensive databases including press contacts, press clippings and key industry players




  • ●  Acted as first point of liaison for internal and external clients and contacts via telephone and e-mail




  • ●  Prepared papers, agendas and other relevant materials for team and attendees prior to key meetings


    EDUCATION


    Bachelor of Arts, Economics/Law and Society


    June 2008
    University of California, Riverside


    LEADERSHIP


    Alpha Chi Omega, Iota Xi Chapter January 2006 - January 2008 Recruitment Chair
    November 2006 -November 2007






  • ●  Elected by 80 chapter members to position




  • ●  Directed events for fall, winter, spring recruitment and only sorority on campus to meet quota 








 

  • ID#: 113963
  • Location: Anaheim, CA , 92807

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