Ross used his university’s alumni website to discover World First. He was looking to move to a smaller company that still had ample resources and opportunities to grow—without sacrificing autonomy or a great culture. After interviewing, Ross fell in love with idea of helping World First expand. Just two weeks after being hired, he hit the ground running by traveling to the London office.
Ross heads in around 7 AM and immediately starts chatting with the London Team to gather metrics and recent performance updates for the greater Partnerships Team. He also supports the Sales Team by evaluating new partnerships or creating pitch decks to help bring in new clients. After that, Ross synthesizes all partnerships data so decision-makers can use it to plan next steps.
“Having a global playing field really breeds curiosity and understanding beyond one company. It forces you to think outside the box in a way you couldn’t get anywhere else.”
“What really separates this company from others in the industry is that you never know where the next great idea will come from. You have access to anyone—no matter their title—which gives everyone an equal voice.”