I started in PPB on the graduate programme in 2016, a few months after graduating from college. My first role involved drawing up plans as to how we reward our loyal eGaming customers. I couldn’t have asked for a smoother career path from there. I moved from the graduate programme into the Paddy Power Commercial team, and into a role that I had always wanted. From there, a combination of excellent managers who mentored me and invested in my development, and enjoying what I did, brought me from an entry-level role to a manager in two years. What I love most about working for PPB is the culture. I think people are treated as equals, whether it’s person to person, or employer to employee.
I started with PPB in February 2018 as a Talent Coordinator. I’ve had an exciting career path to date, I love how fast paced it is here at PPB. Within months of starting with the company, I was given the opportunity to start working towards progressing to the next step in my career. There is so many resources to help you progress personally and professionally. What I love about working for PPB are the people, the potential and the flexibility.
I began my journey with PPB in 2017 on a maternity contract on the Creative Team as the Studio Manager. It was a one year contract, which gave me time to figure out if I liked working here. Within months, I was hoping I’d be able to take up a more permanent position. Thankfully, my work was rewarded, and I was offered a role as a manager in the Creative team at the end of 2018. There are many things I love about working in PPB, the package alone is very appealing but two big call outs for me are the sense of accomplishment I feel leaving work every day and the low egos in the business – it’s incredibly refreshing!
Building deep customer loyalty through creating meaningful interactions.
Challenging ourselves to think differently, experimenting to find new and disruptive ways to solve problems.
Being determined to solve the customer needs, holding each other to high standards and never settling for mediocrity.