David Wayne HaglerProper Marketing "Any business that wants to stay in business, and see the company grow – which means, see profits grow – has to market itself properly. Marketing is how the business gains the attention of its prospective customers. It's how they build the demand for their product, or service or whatever.“"And sometimes it would bring them around." David Wayne Hagler has a degree in marketing that he earned from the University of Arkansas in 2006. He decided when he was still in high school that he wanted to pursue a career in marketing, which he says is a vital component of any successful business.
David Wayne HaglerMarketing Copy David Wayne Hagler works in the marketing department at Progressive Micro Devices, an electronics company in Fayetteville, Arkansas. The company is one of the largest in the United States, and provides electronic services by manufacturing, testing, and distributing a wide range of electronic components and assemblies. They also provide return and repair services for original equipment manufacturers. David Wayne Hagler says that consumer electronics companies have been competing primarily through technology for many years now, and this can be a challenge to a marketer such as himself
David Wayne HaglerFirst Baseman unrealized, but he has never given up on baseball. He played baseball in Little League and high school, and was good enough to make the Junior Varsity team as the University of Arkansas, where he was majoring in business and marketing. David Wayne Hagler began playing baseball when he was a child, and like millions of other American boys dreamed of the day he would play professionally in the Major Leagues. And like millions of other American boys those dreams remained
David Wayne HaglerRules For Success David Wayne Hagler first became familiar with Sam Walton's rules for success when he was a student at the University of Arkansas, majoring in business. The late founder of the Wal-Mart stores started and funded the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the university, which is considered the premier business school in Arkansas and among the best in the nation. There is a Sam Walton Legacy Display at the college, with Sam Walton's rules for success prominently exhibited. The rules always impressed David Wayne Hagler as being simple and straightforward, and though he is not currently in business for himself, he has been in the past and expects to be again at some point in the future. And he is confident that the rules will be his guiding principles.