Veronica’s eventful first year at Camaloon

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After studying and gaining work experience in several countries, Veronica decided that it was time to move from Italy to Spain for a new adventure. So she did, and she has been working at Camaloon for almost a year already. During the past year she clearly experienced the dynamic and innovative character of Camaloon, as she changed job positions within the company twice and feels how the organisation is evolving each day. We talked with Veronica about her journey.


Plenty of opportunities to grow


Personal learning and development are fundamental within Camaloon. This is perfectly illustrated by the moves that Veronica made within the company. "I started in November 2017 as an intern at Customer Support. Already in January 2018 I became a Business Developer within the sales department, and last month I advanced to Junior Account Manager." Her interest in sales and her proficiency in as much as five languages made these advancements possible. "You can feel that there are many opportunities to grow within the company." The next language to acquire? "Catalan. The people within the company come from all over the world. That really helps in learning to speak new languages."



Finding enjoyment in your job


Being an account manager means being in contact with people all day, be it handling questions, problems, or other requests. "I am an outgoing person, I love to communicate with customers and helping them. It feels really good when your customers are happy with the process, with their products, or when they show they appreciate the personal interaction." Being an account manager also means collaborating and being connected with employees in several other departments. "The team is very young and fun to work in. This brings a positive vibe during work, but even more during our weekly after-work beers!"


You can have a similar journey at Camaloon. Apply for our Customer Support Internship (Europe) or check all of our current vacancies.

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