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Employee In The Spotlight: Mark Hann (33) Program Coördinator, Full-time

Employee in the spotlight: Mark Hann (33) Program coördinator, full-time

Mark Hann (on the left) is the newest ambitious employee from the UK. He has lived and worked in Germany, Hungary, and Senegal. Because of his versatile background he brings a different perspective at the office and for the entrepreneurs with which he works.

What is your working background? 
I have previously worked as an English teacher, as a research consultant, and a communications manager at an NGO. I recently completed a PhD in anthropology at the University of Amsterdam, focusing on sport in West Africa.

Why Tricycle-Europe?
Tricycle-Europe offers me opportunities to learn in a business environment which is quite new to me, as well as providing a dynamic yet friendly working environment. Plus the office is in Amsterdam, which is a bonus.

What have you already learned?
I have already learned a lot about Social Selling, and the many tools and techniques which it entails.

What does Tricycle-Europe exactly do?
Tricycle-Europe helps people use emerging technologies to connect and share with relevant people, and enables companies in adopting Social Selling methods

What are you looking forward to learn at Tricycle-Europe? 
I am looking forward to learning more about Social Selling, and improving my orzganizational, teamwork, and project management skills.

What is the biggest difference between your latest job and Tricycle-Europe?
My last job was more of an individual project, whereas my position at Tricycle-Europe requires me to work as part of a team, with an emphasis on both internal and external communications.

Do you have any advice for people who would like a more Social Business Network? 
Get online!

 Where would you like to be/accomplished in five years from now?:
In five years I would like to be living in a more peaceful and just world than the one we live in today. But as Anaïs Nin said: “We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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