Hi, my name’s Nicole and I’m a marketing manager here at DoubleCloud.
I started with the company back in September of ‘22 after a quick and professional interview process, with great communication throughout from the HR team.
What I loved was that my onboarding was done by a colleague who had started a month prior. They helped me a lot to find my place as they knew exactly who to speak to, where to go and what to do having just done it themselves.
I’ve always been in marketing and before DoubleCloud I led a small marketing team for a startup in Barcelona that was dedicated to financial consulting for other startups.
There must be something about that start-up mentality that I like!
I’ve had the opportunity to get to know both worlds; large companies and startups and what I love about the latter is the challenge and the feeling of being at the beginning of a project.
Also the opportunity to develop and grow within a company that’s growing themselves, being able to experience and learn from a wide range of tasks.
My favorite thing about working at DoubleCloud has to be the people
Despite us all being remote, it still feels like a really close knit team.
I felt welcomed from the very beginning and they’re true to the promises of flexible time, teamwork, delivery and execution of new ideas.
Outside of work my favorite hobby is to travel; to get to know new cultures and people.
That’s why I also love to work with colleagues from all over the globe.
I also enjoy cooking (and eating). It may not sound very original but it’s something I really enjoy; especially when it comes to trying new flavors and cuisines!
I think that something that would surprise a lot of my colleagues is that at twenty five years old I’ve lived in four different countries on three separate continents and speak three languages fluently (and have just started looking to learn the fourth).
Finally, to round this article off, the marketing team asked me, if I had to host a dinner party for any three famous people, alive or dead… who would it be and why?
It was a tough question and no one really sprang to mind straight away.
I’d probably make quite a basic choice like Miley Cyrus, as she’s a singer I’ve been following since I was little and I think it would be fun to meet with her in a social setting.
Also I think someone interesting from history like Mahatma Gandhi would bring an interesting dynamic and conversation to the table.
Lastly it would have to be the PR or marketing person behind the Kardashians… just so I could ask them to share their marketing tips that we could learn to use in a company, that would be great (haha)!