Marketing lover. Internet freak. Experienced Social Media enthusiast.
My first 100% social media job at a start-up (Bloguzz) turned social media and digital agency (Buzz). I started as a community manager and account manager, went on to direct a team of account managers and help with strategy when the company started growing, and in early 2015 went on to supervise all the strategy, accounts and the company operations. I've learned to lead teams, to create digital strategy from scratch, to judge content by its objective and to face clients in difficult situations. And what love for a job really feels like.
For two years I was the assistant of the Marketing Manager for Getty Images Spain and Portugal. From her and my colleagues all over the world I learned almost everything I know about managing a brand, locally and globally. I also discovered that I was really good at translating copy, that the fear of messing up when sending an email to more that 100k contacts never goes away, and had my first experience (of many) selling a Twitter strategy to a brand manager.
My first big city (Barcelona) job. I learned that I loved the feeling of my job having an impact on a broader audience, and that local clients weren't enough.
I did marketing (mostly direct) for the company (a digital / CRM solutions provider that was eaten by recession) and "project management" for the company's clients. I learned that when a company has less than 10 employees "project management" means everything (from design to copywriting to content management) and that I wanted to do just that, but for bigger clients.
My first job, first as a graphic design intern and then as a full time graphic designer. I learned that I was not an awesome graphic designer and had my first experience managing content on a website.