Mission: To be the best global distributor of electronic components, fasteners and distribution services used in the production of equipment and products.
A Letter from the VP
Thank you, all of you, for your candid reviews of bisco Industries on Glassdoor.com. We appreciate those of you with positive things to say. We also value those of you who came to this site to offer bisco Industries constructive criticism about your employment experience with our organization. Your insight, comments and suggestions have been invaluable. It is exciting to participate in a platform where prospects, current employees and past employees can facilitate positive change. The leadership team at bisco is dedicated to not just listening to your valued input, but also acting on it, and implementing any necessary change to improve the work lives of our most important asset; our people.
By maintaining an attitude of forward progress and continued improvement I feel very comfortable in stating that the employee experience at bisco industries has never been better. However, I would be foolish to assume that opportunity does not exist for continued enhancements to the bisco Industries working climate and employee experience. At bisco our employee retention team is dedicated to fostering your success through an extensive training program and an open door policy.
If you desire a career path in business to business sales or supply chain management, now is an exciting time to consider an opportunity at bisco Industries. Culturally we are more dynamic today than ever before. Financially we have never been stronger. Our people have never been more driven then they are today to accomplish greatness together – as a team. Thank you for reading.
All the best,
VP of Sales & Marketing
bisco industries is a Master Distributor of Electronic Components and Military Spec Fastening Hardware. Based in Anaheim, California, Bisco strives to be a global partner to manufacturing, fabtrication, engineering, and procurement organizations.
With 48 locations in North America and a proprietary E-Commerce system, it is our goal to provide instant world-wide supply chain services based on the concept of: "Global Presence, Local Service"
bisco industries, a leader in electronic and fastener distribution, is growing and looking for friendly and knowledgeable people to join our team. Come work in a comfortable environment where we believe our employees are our greatest asset. We have sales offices all over the nation and are expanding offices internationally to fit any desired location. We believe in promoting from within and as a growing company, the opportunity to move up our corporate ladder is great. Imagine being the leader of your own sales group in a matter of only a few years.
bisco industries is a publicly traded company. We have a corporate open door policy extending all the way to the president of the company because we want to make sure that you know that your ideas are important and that our employees are our greatest asset.
Cell Manager: Andrew Ariey (Anaheim, CA)
It has been 3 years since Andrew left San Luis Obispo to start a career in sales at bisco in Anaheim. Andrew was hired as a management trainee and was promoted to cell manager in a year and a half. “Rejection and opposition are inevitable”, says Andrew, “But they can be overcome through unwavering efforts and diligent persistence.”
Andrew has an appreciation for bisco “where your dedication and hard-work will not go unnoticed.” One of his favorite memories at bisco is exchanging a celebratory chest bump with Trainer Cory Droege on the sales floor after booking a big order. Just this past May, Andrew had the opportunity to attend the SPARK conference, which is part of the EDS summit that management attends each year. The SPARK Conference focuses on helping young professionals in the industry network with one another and learn about upcoming trends to anticipate. Andrew enjoyed the conference and saw a “holistic depiction of the electronics industry’s future and the important role that distributors like bisco, will play in that future.”
On his spare time, Andrew enjoys spending time with his wife, running, hiking, and traveling. He roots for the Green Bay Packers, LA Dodgers, and the Brooklyn Nets. He also enjoys watching and competing in cross country, track and field and road races. His favorite book is the bible and he likes pretty much any movies with Tom Hanks or Leonardo DiCaprio.
The quality Andrew appreciates most in his fellow employees is eager willingness. “To work in sales, you must be willing to scrap and claw for every little victory,” said Andrew, “most things don’t come easy… when co-workers and employees are willing to do all this is necessary, that is when the team succeeds.”
Thank you Andrew for all your hard work and the example of persistence you set here at bisco! We are looking forward to many more years of your continued leadership and success.
Our Employees' Perspective:
Josh DeMartino- Sales Manager
“If you’re looking to begin a career in sales, bisco Industries will provide you that opportunity. I am extremely competitive and bisco provides me with challenges each day that push me to exceed the highest of expectations. We believe that employee satisfaction drives customer satisfaction. Our management team provides you with a unique methods blueprint that, when executed properly, will give you the ability to control your own destiny. What I like most about working here is that success is based on individual performance. Every ounce of effort you put into the work, you will get the same amount out of it.”
Scott Rowden- Area Sales Manager
“It has been awesome working for bisco Industries! They pay attention to the whole employee; investing in training in technology, product knowledge, sales protocols and sales growth. Each level of management is devoted to the success of every employee. bisco provides each of us with the tools for success and we are limited only by our own efforts. I anticipate incredible success here at bisco!”
Kavin James- Level 1 Sales
“At bisco you are given the freedom to truly be as successful as you want to be! With the support of GREAT team members and amazing managers/support the sky is truly the limit.”
Danny Roskamp- Level 3 Sales
“I’ve been with bisco for 15 years and I can honestly say I could not be happier with the team and work environment in the Illinois office. There is not a company you could work for that truly stands by promoting from within and rewarding hard work more than bisco.”
Phil Martinez- Area Sales Manager
Glendale Heights, IL
“Working for bisco is a rewarding career where you are given the tools to succeed. With hard work, and an easy going, professional work environment, you are able to focus on hitting your goals and having fun at the same time.”
Jillian Blanchard- Sales Manager
Cedar Rapids, IA
“My 6 months has been great as bisco so far. I really enjoy essentially being one of the pioneers to this bisco British Columbia office. I am able to get the full sales experience by going on outside calls right away which usually takes months in other companies. My managers Christian and Chris have really pushed me to be the motivated and hardworking sales representative that customer look forward to working with. I really enjoyed the training week at the corporate headquarters that I attended in December, it truly makes me feel like part of a family! I think bisco has given me a great start to my career right out of college. The office is growing quickly in our sales numbers and I am so excited to be part of this growth! I look forward to what bisco Industries will do to my personal and professional growth!”
Cherie Chua- Level 1 Sales
I worked at bisco industries full-time (More than a year)
The benefits are awesome and when you hit sale quotas, the bonus are great. Inside and outside sales is a plus too!
Cold calling and calling leads that are dead in the water.
Advice to Management
My management team was awesome and couldn't have asked for a better team.
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at bisco industries.
F2F with Branch Manager and then a Skype with the Area manager. I then had a phone conversation with the Regional Manager who then pretty much just had to sign off on it.