Scott Anderton has spent his career developing and training sales teams in several direct sales companies over the last 15 years. He has used his expertise to attract and develop some of the brightest leaders in multiple industries, including telecommunications, financial services and advertising. In addition, Scott has had the vision to be a founder of 3 companies with unique products and/or market timing that has led to much of his success in business. In 1992, Scott was a founder of ACMI, the first pre-paid phone card company in the U.S. Under his direction, ACMI became one of the largest pre-paid phone card companies in the industry and became the largest suppliers of promotional, collector, and end user cards to the fortune 500 companies in the early nineties.
With the success of ACMI, in 1998 Mr. Anderton was able to found and direct Sable Energy and Investments, a private equity firm with investments and holdings primarily in Oil and Gas Explorations, Viatical Settlements, and Mitigation Banking. He was responsible of purchasing and financing over $300 million in face value of Viatical Settlements, as well as raising millions of dollars of capital for investments in Sable projects. He also created largest privately owned mitigation bank in Mississippi and one of the largest in the country.
In 2009, Scott became the National Sales Director for AdzZoo. The company’s focus is to reconnect local businesses with local customers by offering complete online campaigns to give these businesses more exposure and customers through the Internet.
Scott Anderton has served as a role model by providing strategic oversight and motivation to sales forces, yet he also contributes to the collective good of the community by serving as a deacon of Germantown Baptist Church in Germantown, TN, providing hands on help with local inner-city ministries, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and assisting with numerous volunteer efforts at his church and other outreach programs.
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