Meet our new employee,
Name: Jannecke Østvold Møller
Job Title: Marketing Specialist Brands
Education: Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) from European University, Barcelona.
Professional background: After graduating, I worked in advertising for agencies like SMFB, Paradox, and Stig & Stein. I worked as a producer and managing director for Animasjonsdepartementet for eight years.
When did you first hear about reMarkable?
I've been a curious bystander from the beginning, paying close attention to product development and wondering what the company will do next. Honestly, I believe it's one of the coolest companies in Norway at the moment.
It’s a really nice feeling to read a job application and instantly know that this is it. This is what I want.
So why reMarkable?
It's a unique opportunity to be able to contribute to the reMarkable journey. I'm both proud and happy I get to be a part of it.
I also believe my experience working with both creatives and suppliers will be valuable for my team. reMarkable Brands is a small and relatively new venture, and I can't wait to build, develop, and produce successful brand initiatives.
What are you looking forward to in your new role?
There are several things I'm looking forward to with this job!
I can't wait for a new challenge that will help me broaden my experience, and I believe this industry change will do just that. I’m also eager to build new working relationships and learn new things.
On a general note, I'm excited and curious about the tasks and projects we’ll be working on daily. I'm looking forward to getting to know the culture and the people, and experiencing their drive and talents. This new team gives me so much positive energy. I'm very motivated to see the impact of our work.
Any final thoughts you’d like to share?
Most of us find ourselves scrolling through Facebook, swiping nonstop on Instagram Stories, or absorbed in our Twitter feed without even being aware that we opened the app.
It's unique working towards a vision statement about better thinking. The vision makes sense. We need to get our brains back. For me, the concept is genuinely inspiring, and I can't wait to see where we'll take it in the future.