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Join the Wild Apple Team

Wild Apple has been ranked one of the “Best Places to Work in Vermont” for seven years in a row! We pride ourselves on running a human, un-corporate, fun business that shares information and involves employees in what’s going.

Current Job Openings

Art Licensing Sales Superstar

Wild Apple seeks full-time sales professional to license beautiful art & design to manufacturers of home décor, gifts, and stationery. As primary point person you will be responsible for growing existing accounts, and identifying & converting new prospects. Five to seven years sales experience required, preferably in the art licensing home decor industry, plus college degree or equivalent. Must thrive in a fast-paced, creative environment.  Domestic and some international travel required (up to 50% of the time).  Successful candidate will be positive, personable, outgoing, collaborative, possess excellent customer service and communication skills, have an innate sense of urgency and be intensely self-motivated.  Working knowledge of Microsoft Office and CRM system (SalesForce preferred).  Flexibility is important and a sense of humor is a must!  Candidates should submit resume and cover letter to:  hr@wildapple.com (no phone calls please).


John’s Philosophy of Business

Back in 1996, I made a list of values as a way to clarify for others and myself my philosophy of business. Philosophy is too big a word for it, because it really boils down to a pretty simple tenet: treat others the way you want to be treated, with respect. All the rest just flows from there.

Business is built on meaningful personal relationships among employees, customers, and suppliers.

  • Employees are the most important part of a business. They deserve to be well compensated and to share in the company’s success.
  • Suppliers can be as important as customers, especially in our business when we talk about artists.
  • The well-being for the group of individuals is more important than the one individual.
  • Business is second to personal life and family.

Change is a good thing, in the form of improvement.

  • We should continually improve—our product, our systems and ourselves. In order to do so, we have to increase our knowledge and seek to learn.
  • The things that got you to where you are today are not the things that will get you to where you want to tomorrow. (The world keeps changing!)

What we say and do matters—so does our appearance.

  • I want to work with people who really want to be here.
  • As an employee, we owe each other excellent performance.
  • We have to do what we say we do.
  • It is more important to have a decent idea that you execute well than a phenomenal idea that you implement poorly.
  • We all have a responsibility to make the job fun.
  • There is nothing more satisfying than being the best at what you do (as a company or as an individual), and being recognized for it.

When in doubt, though, do the right thing.

  • We should make the greatest effort possible to be fair, but understand that as a rule life is not fair.
  • Our personal values should be the ones we use in business.
  • 99% of all conflict and tension among people is the result of misunderstanding the actions, words and attitudes of others.
  • Profits are crucial to survival and growth.