Hopefully, these pixels loaded in front of you via my brief Planet Business Profile. If not, then perhaps take in the opening paragraphs to get a sense of what I think about your marvellous business.
I will keep this short since I am sure to have already stolen far too much of your time.
I wish to work for Planet.
I am a 27-year-old Australian who has recently moved to Sweden. My education is in Economics in Sydney.
I serendipitously got a chance to work in Amsterdam (funny story) and then from 2017 to 2020, I worked scaling the Sales Operations of two American companies from scratch upon their entry into the European market. One SaaS company, one 3PL company.
I then moved to Stockholm to follow my partner, who had been offered an amazing opportunity in her hometown. Since 2020 I have operated a digital agency specialising in technical SEO servicing various organisations throughout Europe.
All of this has happened alongside the creation and management of several creative projects including Atlas Geographica, a highly trafficked blog where I write about a myriad extension of my interests. The internet’s biggest podcast on the work of Nassim Taleb. An interview podcast featuring an eclectic range of high and wide.
Freelance journalism, most recently a direct report on the Ukrainian refugee crisis on Poland’s border. And as well several other projects I would be thrilled to speak about further, but I won’t pad the lines.
I am now in a position where I am looking to make the most important professional commitment of my life so far. I am above all thrilled to learn about the industry, space complexity, the public benefit side of things, the data implications and figure out where I can add value to both the organisation and the industry.
I would thrive in Enterprise Sales, but above all, I just want to be a part of something I see being a trillion-dollar company and learn everything I can.
My enthusiasm for Planet is overflowing. Ultimately, I want to work for Planet – whether this is in sales or coffee runs is of second-order value.
I have much more to say about motivations but then it starts getting a bit too private for a public forum.
Thank you, Will, or anyone else at Planet if you read this far 🙂