What is your story before DC?
I'm used to traveling quite a lot. At one point in time, I had an opportunity to do an internship in Singapore where I practiced sales and marketing skills. After that, I decided to take up university where my major was International Management. At the end of my studies, I decided to do yet another internship this time in an agency developing mobile applications. That's how I got into the IT industry and then I kept on studying and eventually, I met Digital Colliers.
What do you do in DC?
In Digital Colliers I work as a sales and development specialist. I am directly responsible for company growth so I try to find business opportunities that could be new customers, interesting conferences, or investment paths.
What did your recruitment process look like? Why did you choose DC?
My first contact with Digital Colliers was at a networking event in Tenerife. After that, we stayed in touch and started developing some ideas for the way we could collaborate. For me, the reasons why I prefer DC over other companies are relatively young but still an ultra-competent team and the ability to work remotely. I love that I can live anywhere on the planet and not have to worry about my job.
What is the learning method that suits you best?
I study a lot at university and surprisingly it works for me. I have studied at many universities and I always take courses that are in my interest. At the moment they are mainly IT-related. Apart from that, I attend many conferences where people are able to exchange their knowledge and experience from a very practical point of view.
What new things have you learned in DC?
One thing would be how to operate in an agile team that is operating completely remote but still being efficient. Second is gaining a lot of knowledge not only in the area of sales but also in terms of the IT industry and software development in general.
Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
I am pretty sure it's gonna be the IT industry. My ultimate goal is to contribute to creating a better society where we digitize many processes and make people’s lives easier.
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