Path of Progress: Jeremy Crandall
Jeremy’s Path of Progress is unique in that he transitioned roles within a short amount of time at Harbor!
Q: How did you make the transition from where you started to where you are now?
A: Having the work experience from prior employers, an understanding of Harbor’s processes, and an intimate knowledge of the dispensed beverage segment helped me make the transition into the role I am in currently.
Q: Any advice for advancing your career at Harbor?
A: Communicate with all departments within the company, and learn as much as you can about how we go to market and how the business is ran. People will always be the most important part of Harbor, however, understanding the processes of how we do business will help to not only advance your career, but also to make recommendations on how to improve upon what is already in place. Team members are trusted to make business decisions, so learning as much as you can about our business will give you the knowledge to make educated decisions.
Q: What roles have you held at Harbor?
A: Foodservice Sales Developer from January 2020 – March 2021 to my current role as a Beverage Foodservice Program Manager
Q: What do you think is the most important quality to have to get your career started at Harbor?
A: When starting a career with Harbor, the company values are instilled immediately. Genuine. Motivated. Resourceful. Friendly. All of these qualities are important when starting a career with Harbor. Being genuine and friendly allows for strong relationships to be built with team members and customers alike. Being motivated to truly be “obsessed with our customers success” sets us apart from all of the competition, and allows for Harbor, its team members, and our customers to succeed. Being resourceful and continuing to learn new skills and processes to better yourself and the company will make you a true asset to Harbor from your start date. All of our values are important for different reasons, but they all are part of the roadmap to success within Harbor.