With three new locations launched in London, St. Petersburg, and Los Angeles in 2014, Omnigon's clientele and products are growing fast—enabling the company to make significant contributions to sports and entertainment industries. To remain competitive, Omnigon constantly explores future tech or wearable platforms—like Google Glass and Oculus—to advise current and future clients on how to incorporate new technology into winning business strategies.
Typically, Nick checks emails while eating breakfast at the office—catching up on outstanding tickets forwarded by Development and Design Teams before sending out agendas for several meetings scheduled throughout his day. The remainder of Nick's time is spent working on individual projects, meeting with teams to come up with new product ideas and discussing digital media plans with clients.
“My management style is hands-off. I trust the process. I set the priorities and let the teams do their thing. I know they’re going to get it done.”
“When a client has a question, problem, or request, a great candidate for Omnigon will not say no, but instead think about answers or possible work arounds or multiple solutions that help the client meet their needs.”
"A great fit would be a passionate sports fan or entertainment fan that can really think for themselves."