The Growth Marketing Department plays a key role in Camaloon an e-commerce focused company, however, you may be wondering what this team really does! Last week we had the opportunity to speak with Thomas, one of our talented Camalooners, who is currently working as a Traffic Acquisition Specialist.
When we asked him why he decided to join Camaloon, Thomas gave us a clear answer: “When I first heard about Camaloon, I was currently enrolled in a Master of Science in Marketing. At the end of my second semester, I wanted to find an internship in a young and dynamic start-up where I could have different opportunities to grow.”
He continued explaining that working at Camaloon gave him the possibility to learn a lot about his job, as well as other different tasks, for example in the Content Marketing Department. We agreed that working in a start-up environment is something unique, where learning from your mistakes is the main point.
Roll-up banners are widely used for advertising and informational purposes, for example on exhibitions and trade shows. Although roll-up banners have been around for a long time already, they are still very popular. This is not surprising when we have a look at the developments in quality of materials and printing techniques, making the structure strong and light at the same time, and the visual elements of high quality.
It is up to you to make the most of roll-up banner designs. To help you get started and make the right impact with your message, we have put together 4 tips for you to design a roll-up banner online.
Good food needs to be complemented by the right beer. This idea led to the founding of Ivan Borsato Birraio, and it is still an important principle in every beer that the Italian brewery introduces. The popularity of brewing and drinking craft beers has seen an incredible rise, and this is due to multiple reasons. To just name a few, retailers are getting more craft beers on their shelves, beer drinkers love to experiment, and the beers simply taste very good.
Daniel Gonzàlez Lareo moved from Andorra to Barcelona for
his studies in Computer Science at the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. He
stuck around in the city and works as a Developer at Camaloon since three
years now. During this period, he contributed to many different
projects, and we had the pleasure to talk with Daniel about his experiences.
Creative and digital subjects had already captured Vincent’s attention from a young age. This interest kept on growing and led him to his current job as UI/UX (User Interface/User Experience) Product Designer at Camaloon. He is originally from France, spent parts of his life in Germany and Taiwan for his studies, and fell in love with Barcelona for its pleasant culture and the fact that the city is getting more and more focused on Digital. We sat down with Vincent to talk about his career and his views on designing.