Austin Ragans is an extremely successful business professional currently working with the realm of medical device distribution. He has over ten years experience in the field and has had an immense amount of success with each company that he has been employed with. He has one top business accolades for sales and distribution for companies such as Ragans Medical, Biomet Corporation, Stryker Corporation, and Globus Medical. The top accolades include Homer Stryker Award and the Master Achiever Award. He is very team oriented and knows how to perform his duties in a group environment.
With the ability to manage various team members while staying on task and efficient, Austin is a valuable asset to any company that requires his distribution services. He graduated from Charleston Southern University in 2003 with a Bachelor of Business degree in business administration with an emphasis in business marketing.
Austin Ragans education and experience in the field of medical device distribution has greatly attributed to his esteemed reputation as an excellent distributive professional. His dedication to the work he completes is evident through the vast number of business accolades he has achieved through out his career.
During his time spent in pursuit of his Bachelor of Business degree, Austin Ragans was an extremely successful collegiate athlete. He played division on football for both Montgomery College and Charleston Southern University before graduating in the year of 2003. As an NCAA athlete, he learned what it took to dedicated an immense amount of time to an activity. This transferred over to his professional career as a medical device distributor and has greatly contributed to his vast success in the industry.
Austin Ragans' time spent within the sport of football has made him an excellent team manager and group worker. He has the ability to stay organized and efficient while managing various team members to ensure a job well done. This type of work ethic is highly essential to the business of medical device distribution and has greatly attributed to the success he has had in the field. Although he wasn't able to further pursue a career in the sport of football, he was able to use the valuable life-long skills it teaches players.