Peter Cargill is an entrepreneurial, proven sales management leader and executive with strong expertise in driving top line growth, leading teams and strategic management with a passion for philanthropy. He has spent over the past decade primarily in the medical device / dental industry, both domestically and internationally. He has a MBA from Boston College & Loyola University Chicago and BA in Business from Stonehill College as a well as an Executive Certificate from the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza School of Business
Peter’s most recent ventures include founding a number of successful start-up businesses including DentReps.com – The Dental Jobs Site connecting job seekers and employers exclusively within the dental industry. Additionally he founded DR Recruiting (DRRecruiting.com) – Dentistry’s Recruiting Solution and DentReps Dental (DentRepsDental.com) offering invaluable, niche products and services. In 2017, both DentReps and DR Recruiting were acquired by GPS Dental Products based in New York and he has taken on the role of Vice President of Sales and is a Managing Director.
Since 2002, Peter has worked with and maintained relationships with almost every mid to large sized DSO on a number of levels for various products and services, including medical devices, recruiting tools, products and services that are utilized in both dentistry and medical fields. Additionally, he has an extensive international network of dental, medical and retail distributors with whom he works with to strategically launch and promote globally all ascertained through extensive international travel.
Peter often lends some of his time and donates a portion of his business’ revenue to charitable organizations and programs, and has started an eventual 501(c)(3), In Training For Tomorrow – “For Those That Can’t” (InTrainingForTomorrow.com). He has also run a number of marathons and triathlons in support of cancer research. Most recently, Peter volunteers his time weekly at Boston Children’s Hospital working Childlife Specialists assisting with the care and activities for the sick children and fosters children, primarily babies in unfortunate circumstances.