Learn English – “Result in” or “result to”


I am trying to help a friend to write his CV. I don't know which preposition to use in the following paragraph:

Advance Marketing Staff Knowledge & Skills Which Lead To Dramatically Increase In The Branch Customers. And Also Result In Several Competitive Branches In The Same City To Close.

Should result in or result to be used? I feel like it should be result in but I am not sure.

Any suggestions or improvements are also welcome.

Best Answer

Result in is idiomatic and quite acceptable, but rewrite the rest of the sentence:

Advanced Marketing Staff knowledge and skills which led to a dramatic increase in branch customers, and also resulted in the closure of several competitive branches in the same city.

I think past tense is appropriate and it isn't necessary to capitalize every word.

Result to is strange and shouldn't be used.