Sandra G Corbin is a dynamic specialist with offices in Barbados and the UK providing an effective, Business Development service with a heavy focus on public relations and marketing for clients.
Success Strategies Tip 1.
” Find inspiration in simple everyday things found around you, assist and develop others.”
Success Strategies Tip 2
“As an individual create the vitality of a whole department when it comes to completing important tasks at hand.”
Sandra G Corbin
“I love what I do. It’s my passion. I’ve worked on so many interesting and usual projects over the years. My next Goal is: To help you to make your business revenue grow in as little as 12 weeks.”
Her unique strategies create the correct business strategy for your company or organisation to increase its chances of success in a highly competitive global market.
Sandra G Corbin loves challenges and will rise to the occasion to make any of the projects a sure fire winner. Her creativity and ability to think outside the box are two of her best traits.
She perfected her media skills as a fresh faced news reporter for the Jamaica Gleaner and the Evening Standard Newspaper in England as an editor. Sandra worked on developing a local TV channel owned by Encom (Bell CableMedia). Her business development experience was gained when she successfully published a London wide magazine called MainEvent.
Sandra launched Strategy Consultants utilizing her media and business development skills working on projects for some of the most respected organizations in the world such as the British High Commission, UPS (United Parcel Service) The Government of Barbados, Canadian High Commission, The Barbados Turf Club, Choice Environmental Solutions, Eddies (Supermarket) Trading, 2020 Media (UK) , Loramark Inc, Jada Construction. Cage Barbados Inc, Almond Resorts Inc, Chiko Mendez (USA actor) and Armstrong Agencies.
Sandra G. Corbin’s techniques have increased productivity, public awareness, sales, reduce costs, and generated over 250,000 US in three months in one department in a million dollar operations during a recession.