Name: Kuba Dziewiecki
Hometown: Johannesburg (South Africa)
Super power: Deductive reasoning and a logical approach to problem solving
Favourite ice cream flavour: Mint choc chip
Where were you before joining Copy House?
Global Voices a translation agency and prior to that I was at Booking.com
How long have you been an account manager for?
What’s your favourite part of account management?
Building an understanding of customers' businesses and collaboratively working together to achieve their goals.
What initially attracted you to the position at Copy House?
A client focus and emphasis on offering bespoke, personalised service attracted me to Copy House. The positive customer reviews and focus on building long-term partnerships align to my beliefs of how to add value and forge meaningful business relationships.
Speaking with Kathryn and hearing her approach, values and style of working along with meeting the team prior to accepting the role sparked my excitement at the opportunity to work with Copy House.
What will your new role involve?
Building an understanding of our clients businesses and their strategies for growth.
Working closely with clients to help them achieve their goals.
Working with both clients and our copywriters to ensure we are all on the same page and working to achieve the desired goals
Identifying opportunities to help better deliver on our clients marketing objectives.
Ensuring we have clear and open communication channels with our clients.
Where do you see your career in 5 years?
I do not have a strict plan but I see myself working in strategy focused roles and developing long-term business and marketing strategies.
What’s the best advice someone ever gave you?
Focus on your strengths and work on your weaknesses
How do you spend your time when you’re not working?
I like to be active and try new activities. This has resulted in me snowboarding, rock climbing, wake boarding, windsurfing, surfing, skydiving, scuba diving and kayaking.
On more regular activities, I play 5-a-side football once, sometimes twice, a week, attempt to climb our Scottish munros on weekends and actively avoid going to the gym despite saying I will sign up to a membership.