What's it like to work at VantagePoint? Our team share their experiences with you!
Itishri Singh - Associate Consultant
For Itishri Singh, championing women in tech and broadening her horizons has never been something to shy away from; the sky's the limit, glass ceiling or no glass ceiling! So, when faced with the chance to veer down a slightly different career path after successfully running her own business, how did she take these new challenges and turn them into opportunities? In our latest career story, Itishri goes through this in more detail and talks about what compelled her to try something new with VantagePoint.
John Fuggles - Partnership Manager
Like technology, the ever-evolving world of sales can be dynamic with a plethora of problem-solving opportunities to dive into. And with over 15 years of experience in this industry our new Partnership Manager, John Fuggles, knows this very well. Below, John takes us through his career journey to date, and demonstrates how he has been able to transfer the relationship building skills gained throughout his career, to his commitments outside the office.
Sarah Palmer - Business Development Representative
Business development can be a fast paced and driven role, but what about when you throw taking care of a young family into the mix? How do the skills gained from parenting shape and benefit a person within the working world? Our Business Development Representative, Sarah Palmer, discusses all this and more in our latest VantagePoint career story.
Billy Haworth - Head of Engagement Management
Our Head of Engagement Manager, Billy Haworth, joined VantagePoint after experiencing life as a consultant at the Big Four, so how does consultancy at a smaller company compare? In this career story, Billy takes us through his consultancy journey to date, gives us an insight into how he maintains a healthy work-life balance and shares with us his three desert island must haves!
Ifẹ Akintoye - Marketing and Communications Lead
Climbing the career ladder as a woman can be tough, but what about when there are additional elements, besides gender, that are making that ascent slightly more challenging? Equity within the workplace is the art of understanding that there is no such thing as ‘one size fits all’.