Ami returns to Optix: Business Support Executive

Hi, I’m Ami and I am very excited to be starting at Optix as Business Support Executive over the summer.

I have just finished my second year studying Business Administration at the University of Bath. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my degree so far as it allows me to acquire knowledge across a variety of business areas before focusing on aspects I find most interesting. Business Administration at Bath is unique because students complete two six-month work placements during the degree.

I was extremely lucky to have had the opportunity to do my first placement with Optix in 2020. Optix was the perfect company to do an internship with; the friendly, welcoming and approachable nature of the team ensured I was comfortable and I learnt so much from their vast amounts of experience.

Throughout my internship, I was able to gain first-hand insight into the exciting projects Optix work on. I particularly enjoyed supporting Alastair and Becky; some of the work included outreach, account management and conducting research into areas such as case studies. I also massively broadened my knowledge through attending the Digital Academy and writing articles on various aspects of Digital Marketing which was extremely useful when I returned to University.

It is because of this amazing experience that I am grateful and excited to be coming back this summer to work as Business Support Executive. I am looking forward to working with the team again and to do my best to support them.

Outside of work, I enjoy staying active and love to run, surf and work out. I’m originally from North Devon which is great for those kinds of activities and when I’m home from University I really appreciate being able to get outdoors for lots of nice walks!

Becky Brennan

Becky is our Account Director at Optix - she leads accounts for our key clients, manages the Optix Digital Academy, all our events and supports sales activity. Becky has a digital agency background, having coordinated strategic digital projects for household names across the UK.

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