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Nicholas Fainlight

Nicholas Fainlight

Business Development Associate

JB Fitzgerald Venture Capital

Hartford County, CT

Nicholas Fainlight is a Finance student at the Queens University of Charlotte, working towards earning a Bachelor in Business Administration (BBA) Degree with a major in Finance in December 2017. He is an ambitious and hardworking young man who is always looking to gain hands-on experience in relevant sectors and stay...


JB Fitzgerald Venture Capital

Business Development Associate

JB Fitzgerald Venture Capital strives to shatter the norm by building disruptive, market-transforming enterprises globally across a myriad of industries.
Working to find, explore & validate investment opportunities while handling daily operations of existing investment companies.
Expanding our network of funding & vetting every prospect to grow our company into a global force.

Charlotte Hornets

Premium and Membership Sales Intern

Generated 700+ leads for Inside Sales Account Executives by way of networking and identifying legitimate accounts previously listed in CRM system
Averaged 50 outbound marketing and sales calls daily
Created unique contests for sales representatives as a training tool
Coordinated interview schedule for candidates applying to the Sales Academy

LPD New York

Operations Manager

Shipped retail clothing worldwide to customers and wholesalers
Managed stock taking and reorder levels actively
Handled deliveries and budgeting tasks, such as planning shipping costs for various styles
under the main brand
Prepared for pop-up shops and other events to display and sell new fashion lines

Queens University of Charlotte

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), Finance

Nicholas Fainlight attended Queens University of Charlotte and earned his Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA). Nicholas's goals revolve around using his finance and business degrees to help businesses reach their goals and achieve financial stability. He believes finance is an integral part of business, so understanding the two is the key to success.

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