William Zahne

Aware of the huge role of physical fitness in the enhancement of performance in the real world, William Zahne optimizes on the many benefits of enjoying the outdoors to stay healthy and active. He has been a Goalie at Ice Hockey, a sport he has played for 15 years. He has won in three tournaments and 9 Championships in various Ice Hockey Men’s Leagues. William particularly loves the whole-body workout he gets from indulging in the sport. To ensure that he gets the utmost benefits from the activity, William makes sure to keep safe while playing, both for himself and for everyone on the field. He is also into mountain biking, kayaking and hiking, which, like ice hockey, keep him balanced and strong not only in body but in mind as well.

William served as Marketing Consultant at Metlife Bank for over four years. From May 2009 till August 2013, he was responsible for coordinating the creation, maintenance and production of various marketing communication projects for the firm. In addition, William also had to create and update the pricing and market share analysis of competitors in the industry in order to gain an improved awareness of the business sector in general. Before joining Metlife, he was Marketing Coordinator at Clientlogic/ Sitel, a job he held from December 2007 till December 2008. In the course of his employment at Sitel, William not only acted in the overall liaison between company client Gevalia Coffee and various vendors by doing outbound telemarketing, email and direct mail, but also performed database cleansing to effectively address potential signs of consumer fraud using the investigated and corrected structure.

William Zahne was also employed as Sales and Marketing Development Coordinator at Senator Lines/Hanjin Shipping from December 2000 to October 2007. Before that, he was connected with Vacumet Corporation as Materials Coordinator from October 1999 until December 2000. He was also Desktop Support/ Application Programmer at Clientlogic/Sitel from October 1996 until October 1999.

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