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Marci Martin

Tomah, WI
Introduction
About Me

Over the years, Marci Martin has mastered the art of proposals and business plans and risen to become president and CEO of a small company. She is a business management pro and skilled project manager who has spent more than 10 years overseeing business operations for a range of companies. She’s had hands-on experience in such notable business areas as finance, human resources, logistics and safety. 

Martin, who has a degree in business management, is also passionate about leadership and public speaking. She enjoys conceiving business messaging and presentations, which she infuses with her real-life experiences and perspective.

Experience
Consulting Proposal Manager, Senior Proposal Specialist at Moss Adams
April 2022 - Present
CEO & Editor, Project Manager & Senior Writer, President & Senior Proposal Manager at Write Like That, Inc.
September 2012 - Present
Submissions/Editor/Publisher at Steel Swan Publishing
January 2015 - April 2022
Project Manager at Mission Critical
November 2014 - June 2016
Program Manager at Inuit Services, Inc.
April 2013 - July 2014
Education
Western Technical College
Associates of Applied Science
Business Management
Marci's Activity
7 Websites for Comparing Small Business Insurance Quotes - thumbnail
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7 Websites for Comparing Small Business Insurance Quotes
Finding the proper insurance coverage at a reasonable rate for your small business can be a challenge. Use these websites as online quote-comparison tools.
Updated October 23, 2023
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Accounts Receivable: What Small Businesses Need to Know
Accounts receivable refer to unpaid invoices a business should receive from customers from sales. Learn how accounts receivable affects operations.
Updated October 24, 2023
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How Porter’s Five Forces Can Help Small Businesses Analyze the Competition
Porter's Five Forces model looks at five factors that determine how profitable a business may be compared with other businesses in the industry.
Updated November 06, 2023
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13 Business Ideas for Couples
Business opportunities exist for couples who want to run a business together. Learn business ideas for couples and the benefits of couple-based businesses.
Updated October 24, 2023
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Key Steps Women Can Take to Be Strong Leaders
Gender equality ideals have opened up leadership roles for women in the workplace. Learn how female leaders can continue closing the gender gap.
Updated January 17, 2024
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6 Confusing Things About Accepting Credit Cards
Remove the confusion around accepting credit cards at your small business and learn what to look out for in a credit card processing company.
Updated May 08, 2024
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Conducting a Personal SWOT Analysis to Chart Your Future
A SWOT analysis can help you understand your strengths and opportunities as well as your business's. Learn how to do the analysis here.
Updated October 23, 2023
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What Is a BCG Matrix?
Learn how to analyze the current and future competitive landscape of your company with a BCG matrix.
Updated October 23, 2023
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How to Ask Your Boss for a Raise: 5 Tips for Success
Learn how to ask for a raise at work, including five tips that will help you approach your boss for the best chance of success.
Updated April 11, 2024
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Illegal Job Interview Questions to Avoid
When interviewing job candidates, employers must avoid asking certain questions to comply with the law. Learn which problem questions not to ask.
Updated October 23, 2023