#2: You’re inQvation’s new Growth Designer. What will your main tasks be?
Basically, my job at inQvation will be to help great ideas to GROW. I’m the new member to inQvation’s studio team, where we develop and turn great ideas into companies. It will include a lot of different operations, starting from identification of what experiments need to be done in order to get a project from idea to an actual product/solution, executing those experiments and finally presenting the outcome to potential users, when it is ready to hit the market. It is very complex and challenging position, therefore so exciting and thrilling to be in it.
#3: What have you worked with previously?
Previously I have mainly worked as a Graphic Designer for SaaS related companies and for different small startups, helping them to identify their ideas and setting the direction for further operations.
#4: Why did you move to Denmark? And can you speak Danish or shall we keep it in English?
Love, opportunities, new exciting challenges – you name it. I have always been open for new opportunities and my better half was there to encourage me for this step – moving to another country. No regrets, just continuous opportunities. Dansk? Du skal prøve at snakke på dansk først. Hvis du ser, at jeg ikke er med, så lad os skifte til engelsk. Jeg tror på, inQvation vil være stedet, hvor jeg endelig behersker dansk. Og DU (der læser dette) kan hjælpe mig.
#5: What do you do when you’re ‘out of office’?
I love cycling, like a lot. I hope inQvation will organize some cycling tour some day, I will definitely be up for that! I have a little baby girl, so we are spending a lot of time with my family – traveling, cycling or just enjoying hygge.
#6: What do you look the most forward to being part of inQvation?
I look forward to actually help my team to make a difference and create amazing solutions that really matter. And, it is so exciting, that already on my first day I was given my first creative task. Can’t wait to share the results