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I supported the sales team; making appointments, organising events, sending promotional letters or emails, checking availability and preparing quotes for group booking enquiries.
I promoted the hotel to companies that organised conferences, team building events and employee reward events.
Worked with Clients to book conferences and events at our 90+ hotels worldwide.
Supported the European Sales Team was responsible for database management, internal communications the sales process and reporting.
Project managed websites for 5-star hotels including the Dorchester, worked with web developers and the customer.
Developed new products including events and an online personal development tool for women in business. Looked after the brand, web and promotion.
I went travelling in Australia it was a great life experience!
I'm responsible for raising awareness, engaging youth Ambassadors, getting companies to support Modern Muse, the website evolution and keeping MM relevant for girls.
I love this job - getting to make a difference to people's future's is such a great thing to be part of.
I grew up in Africa and had an 'interesting' education which meant I failed my 11 plus exam. As a result, didn't get into the school my parents wanted me to go to. Life always has a way of working itself out and I landed in a great school, I worked hard and ended up with 9 O' levels a's and b's (GCSE equivalent), 3 A levels and a degree. I don't think people expected that - one teacher said I'd be lucky to walk out with any O levels... I think that's why I always push myself out of my comfort zone at work, it's really uncomfortable and scary but each time I do something new it always pays off. As a result, today I'm lucky to have a job that could change people's lives!
Follow your instinct and build strong networks when you're younger. Also don't be afraid to ask more senior people how you can get ahead. Be curious and offer to do things that push you out of your comfort zone.
I liked the team spirit! I loved Biology too.
Influencing people, communication skills, networking, presentation skills, project management.
I have had some great mentors and role models and practice makes perfect - I always get involved in new projects or tasks so quite often have to learn new skills on the job which means I am always working on skills outside my comfort zone - rewarding but scary!
I wanted to be an interior designer and create hotel interiors.
I really like my job but in hindsight, I would have worked hard to follow my dreams of being an interior designer. I would also have had a career plan and not been worried about asking people to be my mentor.