What experiences have you made before coming to Learningbank?
I’ve been working in a lot of places: In retail, i.e. Hunkemøller and Rituals, but I’ve also been working with telemarketing in Barcelona, as an Au Pair in New York, and recently in some different Sales positions in Sweden. I’ve studied: Social Science, Law, Economics, Finance, and Psychology.
How did you find/get in touch with Learningbank?
I was contacted by a recruiter on LinkedIn, and I started googling Learningbank. The creative part of the company immediately caught my eye, and I saw that all the employees looked happy. Of course, the purpose of the company and the product was also appealing.
Actually, I was headhunted for another job, but I was completely sold on Learningbank, so that other job never happened.
What excites you about working in Learningbank?
Now, when I’m here, the thing I love is that we have so many competencies in-house, there is so much I can learn. There is plenty of room to make ideas grow, and you are seen as a person, your ideas are important, and people are open to discuss and share ideas.
How do you use your skills in Learningbank?
I’m a very creative person, so I can look at different things from different perspectives. I like to try out new possibilities to reach different clients. I’m a talker – smiling and dialing. I believe that selling is natural if you see a good match between the product and the company buying it. I will talk to them like a person and not like a sales robot.
What can we always ask you about?
Soccer, lipsticks, and shoes. If anyone is a size 38, please come to my shoe-closet. I think I have around 300 pairs. And you can always ask me about fun, random facts from movies to places and countries. If you want to know something about a building I can tell you how many stairs there are.
What can we never ask you about?
Who do you want to dine with – dead or alive?
Louis Armstrong – he’s just amazing and I love jazz-music. And then I would love to meet my grand-grand-grand-grand mother, who was she? That’s interesting.