WSA New Starter Blog – Zoe

Describe your career journey to date –  

In the early years of my career, I entered the sales world with a lot of determination. I immersed myself in learning the fundamentals of sales, understanding customer needs, and building relationships. I took advantage of various sales training programs and workshops to sharpen my skills and gain a solid foundation around selling effectively.  

As my career when on I started taking on more responsibilities and embracing new challenges. I moved through different industries, including technology, manufacturing & Education, gaining a diverse range of experience. This exposure allowed me to adapt my selling techniques to different markets and customer profiles, expanding my versatility as a sales professional. 

Of course, no sales journey is without its challenges. I encountered difficult clients, navigated through market downturns, and faced internal conflicts within my organization. However, I learned to approach these obstacles as opportunities for growth. By adapting my strategies, staying resilient, and continuously learning from my experiences. 

As I reflect on this 10-year sales career journey, I am grateful for the experiences and opportunities that have shaped me into the sales professional I am today. I am ready to embrace new challenges, continue growing, and make a lasting impact at WSA Communications.  

What have you enjoyed most about working at WSA so far? 

I have thoroughly enjoyed my time working at WSA so far. From the moment I joined, I felt a strong sense of support from the team and has been a pleasure getting to know everyone. I have also enjoyed putting my learning hat on and upskilling myself around everything advertising & marketing.  

What day-to-day activities do you undertake as part of your role? 

Relationship building, Upselling, needs analysis – general account management.  

Why did you choose to join WSA Communications? 

From my 1st initial interview with the CEO jane, I felt at home and knew this was the right place for me to be and to grow my career, as a former employee of , I worked very closely with advertising agencies such as WSA so I thought it would be great to experience what it feels like to be on the otherside.  

What have you been working on since joining WSA? 

Ive worked on many social media proposals with prospective clients recently launching a PR & Social service with a new client – the aim is increasing their brand awareness and grow enquiries to their courses and apprenticeships 

What makes you smile? 

Spending times with family and friends!