An in­ter­view with

Sa­rah Lutz | Working Stu­dent Busi­ness De­ve­lo­p­ment

To ef­fec­tively com­mu­ni­ca­te, we must rea­li­ze that we are all dif­fe­rent in the way we per­cei­ve the world and use this un­der­stan­ding as a gui­de to our com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on with others.”

– Tony Rob­bins

1. What is your role at Plas­mi­on?

I’ve been a working stu­dent in Sa­les & Busi­ness De­ve­lo­p­ment sin­ce May 2023, and my role pri­ma­ri­ly re­vol­ves around con­duc­ting re­se­arch and craf­ting sa­les stra­te­gies.

2. What skills are par­ti­cu­lar­ly va­luable for your work at Plas­mi­on?

In my po­si­ti­on at Plas­mi­on, I find that skills re­la­ted to cli­ent needs as­sess­ment and ef­fec­ti­ve com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on are par­ti­cu­lar­ly va­luable. This in­cludes the abili­ty to iden­ti­fy and un­der­stand the re­qui­re­ments of po­ten­ti­al cli­ents and en­ga­ge with them to com­mu­ni­ca­te our va­lue pro­po­si­ti­on. Ad­di­tio­nal­ly, my role in­vol­ves de­vi­sing ef­fi­ci­ent mar­ket ent­ry stra­te­gies, which al­lows me to ap­p­ly the skills I’ve gai­ned th­rough my aca­de­mic stu­dies.

3. Why did you choo­se Plas­mi­on as an em­ploy­er?

I cho­se Plas­mi­on as my em­ploy­er for se­ve­ral re­asons. First­ly, Plas­mi­on is a vi­brant and dy­na­mic com­pa­ny that places a strong em­pha­sis on nur­tu­ring the po­ten­ti­al of its em­ployees. The com­pa­ny cul­tu­re va­lues the con­tri­bu­ti­on of new ide­as, crea­ting an en­vi­ron­ment whe­re in­no­va­ti­on is en­cou­ra­ged. Ad­di­tio­nal­ly, the flat hier­ar­chies en­su­re that the­re is al­ways so­meone available to ad­dress any con­cerns or pro­blems that may ari­se. The team is tru­ly sup­port­i­ve, col­la­bo­ra­ting clo­se­ly to achie­ve shared suc­ces­ses.