Looking for suitable position in a good company.

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  • Posted On 18 October 2012

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Syed Danish Mazhar

Career Objective: To provide best service, dedication and productivity by hard work and team work in an organization, rendering competitive environment and challenging task. To work with a dynamic and result oriented challenging atmosphere, which provides me challenging career and opportunity for learning and growth.

Experience: Worked in CAP Enterprises Solution (Marketing research & Auditing company of Samsung) as a “Data Analyst”. (16th Feb, 2011 till 31st Jan, 2012.)

Responsibilities:
> To prepare daily, weekly & monthly sales reports.
> To prepare reports about the display issues in the market.
> To prepare reports regarding competitor activities in the market.
> Issues, Market feed back and special offers presentation on Power Point.
> Scanning of bar codes (IMEI) of mobile phones and preparation of required reports.
> Making presentations for managers
> Sorting and filing of concern documents on daily basis.

Education:
Sikkim Manipal University, Jeddah – K.S.A
> Student of BBA (Bachelors in Business Administration) 2nd Semester.
Pakistan International School, Jeddah – K.S.A
> HSSC (Intermediate) in Computer science (2011).
> SSC (Matriculation) with Science group (2009).

Computer Skills: Proficient in using
> Windows 98, XP & 7
> Microsoft Outlook, Excel, Power Point & Word.
> Also capable of exploring and browsing web-sites at internet and have knowledge to handle mails.

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