This post is part of a series introducing the team behind KAWO that keep the fire burning and the engine turning.
Q: How long have you worked at KAWO and what is your role?
A: I’ve worked in KAWO for around 6 months now and I take care of the BD aspects along with Andrew to show the best of KAWO and how KAWO can help them
Q: Tell us a little about yourself and life outside of work?
A: I do have an interest in data exemplified by my previous work experience as a digital research manager. But my real passion lies in front-facing business development. It allows me to really get a bigger strategic scope of what’s happening in the business and to really play a role in that.
Outside of work, I really enjoy bike rides, playing squash, discovering new cafes, and my biggest passion is for cooking.
Q: What are five words that describe you perfectly?
A: Patient, focused, flexible, adaptive, meticulous
Q: Can you tell us what you like about the working day at KAWO?
A: Unwavering pursuit of quality and for the best user experience possible
Q: What are some of the funnest/most challenging projects you’ve worked on while at KAWO?
A: I think the most challenging aspect for KAWO is just understanding and validating client needs. There are a million directions we could potential head in, each one with pros and cons. How do you choose the right one.
Q: What’s your most memorable (funniest) experience at KAWO?
A: You never know what song is next when Brian has his playlist on. It could be punk metal or 80s pop.
Q: Tell us something people might not know about you
A: I’ve been in a cop car, an ambulance, but not a firetruck. yet.
Q: You’re a new addition to a crayon box. What color would you be and why?
A: Red. Who doesn’t need red. Have you seen how fast that crayon goes?
Q: If there was a movie produced about your life, who would play you and why?
A: Keanu Reeves. No explanation needed.
Q: What do you like best about working at KAWO?
A: The people. Every single member is diverse and unique but bound by one solitary and united goal to produce the best possible platform in the industry.