By Leo Nash, Junior Account Executive

What’s your career background in Brief?

I graduated from Bournemouth University last year with a degree in Public Relations. I worked at Victoria’s Promise, a woman’s cancer charity, for a year as a PR Intern and have worked in the hospitality industry for over three years!

What’s the most challenging job you’ve had?

Although extremely rewarding, working at the Basingstoke Vaccination Centre was really challenging and physically demanding due to the long hours and freezing weather. Talking down anti-vaxxers wasn’t much fun either.

What apps, technology items and gadgets can’t you live without?

It’s got to be Spotify really, podcasts and music get me through the day.

What’s the best advice you’ve been given?

You can always add more spice, but you can’t ever take it out!

Name one thing about your job that gives you a sense of satisfaction or makes you leave the office smiling…

Having only really started my career path, I have to say learning new things and seeing improvement in day-to-day tasks is giving me a kick as of late.

Do you personalise your workspace?

Only with snacks, nothing special.

What’s the first thing you do when you get into the office in the morning?

Say good morning and head for the coffee machine.

What are you reading, watching or listening to at the moment?

Currently reading Go Ahead In The Rain by Hanif Abdurraqib, watching What we do in the shadows and revisiting MFDOOM’s discography.


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