Throughout the course of his career, which has spanned multiple decades, Craig Eckstrom has proven that he understands how to work around the shifting tides and sudden developments of the sales marketplace. As the national economy has ebbed and flowed, so have the fortunes of many sales-based corporations. The past two decades have borne witness to the rise and fall of many corporate giants who could not adapt to the changing conditions of the market. Craig Eckstrom is a useful piece for companies attempting to weather the next economic storm or catch the forefront of the new economic revival. Craig Eckstrom‘s extensive training in data analysis, business planning, and sales engine construction have put Craig Eckstrom in an optimal position to help client companies prepare for the future.
Currently, Craig Eckstrom serves as an executive with PayPal, a division of eBay. However, Craig Eckstrom started his career as a Vice President of Sales for American Express. The two corporations are vastly different and Craig Eckstrom had a very different set of expectations and goals at American Express. However, Craig Eckstrom was able to adapt as the marketplace shifted and bring companies positive results, even during the economic slowdown of the early 21st century.
Craig Eckstrom’s talent for reading the market and building plans has allowed him to help certain corporations manipulate the current economic conditions to maximize their profit. During the early part of the 21st century, Craig Eckstrom was involved in developing the credit and payments company Bill Me Later. This alternative to traditional credit cards took advantage of the fear of the decade, in which everyone was concerned about the economy, and helped shape Bill Me Later into a service that would provide peace of mind to their customers.
This is evidence that Craig Eckstrom understands the principles behind reading developing markets, and knows how to leverage market development for the benefit of businesses.