Looking for the perfect fit?

Hello Team Qualtrics,

Thank you for your time over the last week. It was a great pleasure to meet you all and learn about Qualtrics future ambitions.

I appreciate that you will be considering other experienced candidates so I wanted to provide some help. I have put together a short checklist of what I have to offer, together with some examples of relevant projects to demonstrate my expertise and fit to this role.

You can access a copy of my presentation here.

Thank you for considering me.

Warm regards,
Natalie

Throughout my career, I’ve helped technology companies like Qualtrics to build their brands, generate new business and retain customers. I am personable, driven and have extensive and demonstrated ability to deliver business momentum. I am a commercial leader with a ‘sleeves rolled up’, can-do approach.

I understand SaaS business models and the imperative of bringing O and X data together to create something tangible. 

Being “strategic” to me means being perceptive, future-oriented, open-minded, proactive and able to make decisions based on evidence and calculated hunches.

I also believe in the concept of ‘scrappy’. Within marketing, technology and tactics are constantly evolving as consumers and products change. You need to keep up. You need to test the waters with new ideas and concepts – just as long as you don’t loose sight of your end goals.  

I have an inquisitive mind and I like to ask questions. The more I understand, the better I can articulate the message, or find the answers. Curiosity helps me with problem solving and overall makes me more self aware. 

Check out my work:

Strategy & Planning

Recently I worked with a PoS hardware provider to align their business strategy to their marketing plan. Here is an example of the project kickoff program. This will give you a good overview of how I would approach a strategic project.

Branding

K3 Retail had grown largely through acquisition and as a result had several disparate business units. The re-brand of the Retail division was a business DNA transformation. Stakeholder management and internal communications were key to the success of this project.

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