My first weeks with Relevant AdOps: Suvi Salo

2017/03/15

Suvi Salo | Relevant AdopsSuvi Salo started working for Relevant as an AdOps Specialist in February. Suvi is working part time while she is studying Multilingual Management Assistant at Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences. We asked Suvi a couple of questions about her first experience of being a part of our Relevant family.

What got you interested in working for Relevant?
I became interested in Relevant through some online research. It seemed like a fresh and dynamic company which is exactly what I was looking for.

What have you enjoyed mostly during your first time at Relevant?
I think a good work atmosphere and a great team is behind any successful company. That’s exactly what I’ve experienced during my time at Relevant. It is the team spirit I’ve enjoyed the most as well as the opportunities to always learn new things from the colleagues.

What makes the digital industry compelling for you?
The digital industry is such a dynamic industry that continues to challenge people to learn and develop themselves. To me, the most compelling factors are the versatility and the opportunities it has now and in the future.

Would you like to join to our Relevant team?

Are you an experienced veteran in the digital industry who is looking for new challenges or just starting your career, but want to learn about online advertising and online media? Relevant are continuously looking for a wide range of talent to strengthen our team. Check our open positions.

If we don’t have suitable work to offer right now, you can send us an open application to our CEO: petri.kokkonen(a)relevant.fi (write Careers into the subject line) and we will contact you as soon as we have open positions to discuss with you.

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