It’s never easy getting to grips with a new company in the first few weeks, but it’s undoubtedly tha
I’ve always had a passion for science and it was my strongest subject. At university,I studied microbiology. Then I worked in food microbiology for a few years - looking at things like yeast, bacteria, food safety and food quality - basically, the structure of food.
At tails.com we celebrate our people every day, regardless of gender, sexuality, race, nationality a
I manage the why, when and what we work on at tails.com. I work in a cross-functional team that looks over our products and price of those products. Our team is made up of engineers, product designers, data scientists, commercial finance and customer experience.
We’ve been working from home for over 6 months now, so with no commute, I get up and do some yoga first thing before having a coffee while I plan what needs to be done that day.
I aim to find the best ways to share our product and story with our German customers and I’m also the go-to person to share insight on german market, culture and traditions.
It wasn’t too long though before I got really frustrated with the structured learning at University. I loved Engineering for the creativity and Uni just wasn’t giving me the space.
Richmond upon Thames may not be the first place that comes to mind when you’re thinking about a tech
At tails.com, we’re all about being open, honest, providing helpful feedback to each other and giving recognition when it’s deserved. One of the best ways we acknowledge great work is with our Top Dog initiative.
As well as being leafy, close to the river and full of pubs, Richmond is bountiful in delicious choices for lunch.