The Seervision Team and interns all together on a rooftop in Zurich

Can you tell us a little about your role as Business Development Manager at Seervision?

When I first started at Seervision, it was a much smaller company. I wore a lot of hats, working on everything from events to direct sales. Nowadays I focus specifically on sales and business development. I find the job really interesting, as I do a lot of problem solving and working with customers to find how the Seervision Suite can solve their pain points. I get to work a lot with both customers and partners, so I’m constantly learning new things about the industry, and how different companies do business. There are always new conversations to have and perspectives to understand, both for myself and for the company.

What’s an average day like for you at Seervision?

My day starts off pretty consistently: with a full inbox. I use the time at the start of the day to prioritise tasks and reply to anything urgent. After that the tasks themselves can vary, but there’s always a lot of cross-channel communication. Whether I’m talking to customers, partners or my colleagues at Seervision, I am always discussing the Seervision Suite and what we can do to help our customers grow their business. I am often involved in internal projects, and spend quite some time working on marketing and sales initiatives. However the day goes, my clearest objective is to always finish every day with a clean inbox. I find it really helps.

Are there any customer projects you have been particularly excited about? Any that you’re looking forward to?

A lot of customer discussions take place under NDA, so there’s not much I can say here sadly. There are definitely things we are proud to be working on, particularly when expanding into new industries. When we find companies that are looking to invest in innovation and become trend-setters in their industry it’s a real pleasure to work with them. Both strategically and technologically it’s really great for us to work with customers that understand what we are trying to achieve as a business. Getting to work with AV experts who will help us to grow and improve the Seervision Suite is really exciting. From a marketing perspective it’s also great to see hard work pay off, and see how different companies and industries can benefit from our products.

What do you look forward to the most when you come to work?

Every day there is something new going on. Whether it’s a customer using the Seervision Suite in a new way, a new feature, or a new company looking to work with us, no day is the same. I always look forward to speaking to customers and colleagues as well, as there is always something to learn from a business perspective. It’s a very interesting industry to be a part of, and people really care about what they are producing. On the AV side of things there are always cool productions going on, and on the tech side we’re always innovating. It’s great to see it all crossing over all at once.

How has it been to see Seervision progress since you’ve been with the company?

It has been very satisfying to see how things have grown and progressed. We have a great team and it’s always nice to see hard work paying off. We are always trying new things and learning from everything we do. As we constantly adjust our processes we are always improving and pushing ourselves forward as a business. The difference in the team in the last year is huge as well. It’s so nice to see so many new people joining, enjoying their jobs and being a part of Seervision. We do a lot of things right, so it’s very satisfying to see what we’ve done so far. I am excited to see what will come in the future.

What do you get up to when you’re not at Seervision?

I have some seasonal hobbies, the biggest one at this time of year being mushroom picking. I make my own cheese as well when I find the time. It sounds unusual but I make a popular Polish cheese and I can’t get it in Switzerland so it’s a necessity sometimes. I’ve been learning French recently as well, and I’ve made a lot of progress in the last year, even just from doing a few minutes a day.