What year did you join Input interior?
I joined in 2013.
What are you working on right now?
Just now I’m working on SEB’s bank branches in western Sweden. Several branches along the west coast are changing concept and working method and need interior design to match. And I am also working with the Church of Sweden in Västerås, who are expanding their spaces, and SDF Centrum, which has a new activity-based office.
What else do you do on working days?
As a sales representative, my role involves being in charge when Input interior is helping clients and architects to realise their visions of an attractive workplace or environment. I make sure that the collaboration runs smoothly from the initial start-up meeting through to delivery, and during the project I am responsible for coordinating all elements at our end: in-house sales, support, delivery monitoring, warehouse and installers.
And when you are not at work?
I enjoy socialising with friends and family, and exercising. I travel whenever the opportunity arises!
What did you do before?
I worked within very different areas: commerce, restaurants and care services. Then I attended a two-year course about sales and marketing.
How did you end up here?
I had a period of work experience during my course and I ended up at Input interior. After the work experience and the course I simply stayed on.
Have there been any memorable moments at work?
I would probably say my first trip to the world’s biggest interior design and furniture fair: Salone del Mobile in Milan. The inspiration, meetings with people in the industry and getting to explore the city was a great and unforgettable experience!
What is the hardest thing about your job?
The biggest challenge at Input interior is also what makes the job exciting – that there is always something new to learn. The industry is constantly changing. New furniture, suppliers, agreements and clients appear. It can be difficult, but also great fun.
What’s the best thing about it?
Getting the chance to meet so many different people. Colleagues, clients and partners such as suppliers and architects. Moreover, I have a wide-ranging field of work. Because all clients’ needs are different, the projects are varied and diverse.