When I graduated from Leicester with a Masters in Geology back in 2015, frankly, I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do with my life. I knew it probably didn’t lie in Geology. To be honest, I just fell into my first job with little real world experience. I learned about the dynamic and exciting world of digital marketing running in-house PPC search advertising campaigns. The job wasn’t for me because I wasn’t given enough freedom to do the analysis and research at work that I loved doing during my uni years. When I saw the “Junior Insight Analyst” position at NMPi, I thought it seemed too good to be true; a digital marketing analytical role in the heart of London. It was pretty much everything I wanted, after realizing how much I enjoyed digital marketing.
During my first week, I was fortunate enough to be invited to the Scottish Highlands for a team weekend away. The trip events included skiing, whiskey tasting, a spa day, capped off by a fancy dress party. It was a really great way to meet everyone, and get to know the members of my team. I also learned more about whiskey than I ever thought possible!
After the weekend away, everyone seemed eager to get back to business on Monday morning. My first day was full of Google Analytics training and meeting teams to learn where everyone fit into the company. The rest of the week was similar, but coming from a digital marketing background, training and team explanations have gone quickly.
I’ve already had the opportunity to start mixing in a bit of client analytics work and meetings, while earning my Google Analytics and DoubleClick certifications. My first Friday afternoon I was able to attend the company “Knowledge Share,” these meetings are held every week and each team gets the opportunity to share the work they have been doing. The week ends with highlights including client wins, presentations, and events.
Joining NMPi’s newly formed Analytics division is what excites me the most about working at NMPi. The potential for growth and to better myself is huge. NMPi puts a heavy emphasis on making the most out of their employees. This is not only great for the individual, but great for the client and company as well. If your workforce is well trained, and recognized amongst the elite, you get excellent results and go beyond expectations. All in all, a very good first week and I look forward to many more to come.