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Mary Schmidt Business Builder & Renovator

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Numerex

“Mary rolls up her sleeves to provide what’s needed for success, from initial analysis to launch.” – Mike Marett, Executive Vice President, Numerex

Founded in 1992, Numerex Corp (Nasdaq: NMRX) is a provider of business services, technology, and products used in the development and support of machine-to-machine (M2M) systems for the enterprise and government markets worldwide.

Project(s):

1. Monthly retainer as marketing director to manage all aspects of marketing, including sales channel development and support, planning and tactical implementation.

2. Channel Evaluation and Analysis to identify new channels for sales of existing products.

3. Sales Targeting Analysis & Recommendations, including first-level account qualification.

Numerex Corp.
1600 Parkwood Circle
5th Floor
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
800-665-5686
770-693-5950
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Got a great idea? Are people telling you it’s crazy? Good! You’ve got to be a little insane to take that start-up leap – rather it’s out of your garage, the lab or a day job. I'll help you decide where and when to leap (and what to do when you land).

Investment: $500.00 (Why do I call it an investment? Two reasons: 1. If you’re willing to pay, that tells me you’re serious. 2. When you pay for advice, you’re more likely to value and use it.)

Drop me a line and we’ll see if we’re a good fit. If I can't help you, I’ll tell you (and if possible, tell you who can.)

Got funding? I work with one to three start-ups a year, on retainer (minimum of three months, maximum one year).

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