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Say Hi to Margus

- 5 MIN READ - 27 Nov 2013

Margus joined Messente’s sales team earlier this week.

He is passionate about marketing and technology as well as photography and sales.

Having previously worked in the sales field, in an advertising agency and also as a starting entrepreneur Margus likes to keep pushing forward, exited to be working with many great customers  in the technology sector. He has graduated from Baltic Film and Media School and is currently studying at Business Academy Aarhus in Denmark.

Enter Margus.

“I have been looking forward to working in the technology sector. Joining Messente was a very easy decision especially after seeing how rapidly the company is growing. 

Even at the beginning of the hiring process it seemed to be a super opportunity – global business, experienced team and cool people to work with. I am very much looking forward making big things happen in Messente.”

Want to say Hi to Margus? E-mail him at margus.sytt@messente.com

 

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