Put my twist on it,
it will be the next big thing.
My name is Brad Robertson, if we’ve met before, thanks for viewing my website; if not, hopefully I’ll hear
from you soon and I look forward to meeting you.
I am currently studying at Laurentian University majoring in
Business Administration. My past accomplishments include a three-year Business Administration, advanced diploma in
management, at St. Lawrence College in Cornwall Ontario.
Throughout my high school years I gained valuable retail experience working part time at Perkins Rona Home Centre in
Cornwall Ontario. The knowledgeable and friendly staff at Rona were great mentors, providing leadership and excellent
customer service knowledge that I’ve adopted and utilize as I continue to hone my personal growth, business development
and employability skills.
I continue to work part time while studying at Laurentian University and am currently employed with St. Lawrence College
School of Business. The SLC School of Business provides the opportunity to utilize skills learned and experiment with new
ideas and techniques, working in an office environment and learning how all key parts of an office environment works
together to achieve a common goal. SLC’s School of Business goal is to improve student life and ensure every student has opportunities to hone their
skills and grow.
The opportunities I’ve had and experience I’ve gained has allowed me to develop into a confident, energetic, high
achieving individual. I have many skills and ideas I can offer to improve marketing, Human Resources, Operations
and many more aspects of your business.
I AM YOUR NEXT BIG THING.
“Why the orange tie” is a question I often receive. In 3rd year of my Business Administration – Management program,
I was offered the opportunity to compete in a three-person team at the BDC Vanier Marketing Case Challenge.
Finishing just short of qualifying for the final rounds, it turned out to be a turning point in my life.
I learnt a great deal about myself, and the things I could accomplish if I am given a challenge. In front
of a room full of bright young business minds and current business leaders, I gave the strongest presentation
of my life wearing an orange tie. “It must have been the orange tie,” I thought to myself.
Orange signifies: risk-taking, vibrant, optimism, enthusiastic, self-confidence and creativity. These are
all things I felt that day during my presentation and everything I feel about myself everyday. That is why I wear the orange tie.