TopMark Funding Achieves Company Record-Setting Results in April
MAY 21, 2021 - 6:25 am
TopMark Funding, a funding destination for commercial vehicle dealerships, reported that April 2021 was the strongest month in the company’s history, surpassing the company’s results in March 2021, when the company recorded its previous company-best month.
TopMark’s 2021 plan calls for a 60% sales increase compared with 2020’s annual sales performance, and the company’s year-to-date sales activity is tracking ahead of that target growth rate, with the company producing 149.25% of its target revenue for April. In addition, TopMark has increased its number of account executives by 20% so far this year, with plans for a total increase of 60% by the end of the year.
“TopMark is focused on delivering value to the dealerships we partner with. A key component of that is providing dealerships with experienced account executives. We select those who have been successful in the equipment finance industry and who have elected to make it their career,” Dan Summers, co-founder of TopMark Funding, said. “We are actively working to become the top originator in the transportation space and to do that we support dealerships with top notch talent. We want to ensure we provide the best-in-class experience to the dealerships we serve.”
Recently, TopMark’s dealer business development team reinstated its travel schedule with visits to three metropolitan regions, meeting with more than 40 dealerships face-to-face for the first time since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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