- Christina Dymiotis
- 2nd December 2021
Chloe Nicholson is one of our lovely Account Managers. She has been working for BIDBI for almost three years now! This week we sat down with Chloe to learn a bit more about her and her position at BIDBI. Continue reading to find out more!
What is your job role?
I’m an account manager, so that means I’m the person our customers and clients will speak to and discuss all things bags and print-related with. It’s my mission to help them get their dream bags for their business!
Can you tell me a bit more about which clients you look after?
I look after our Charity, public sector, giftware and lifestyle clients. Each industry sector is very different so my day is very varied.
What does a normal workday look like for you?
When I get in, the first thing I do is check my emails to see if anything has come in overnight. I then see if I’ve got any quotes to put together for clients and make any phone calls regarding any projects I’ve got in the pipeline. A good chunk of my day is spent speaking to clients and answering any questions they’ve got.
What has been your highlight working for BIDBI?
It's got to be the people I work with, everyone is very different and their personality shines through in their work.
What’s your favourite BIDBI product?
Contrast Wash Bag for sure, it’s such a versatile product that works well as a cosmetic pouch, a project bag for knitting and crochet, or even a general storage pouch for bits and bobs.
Where is a place you would love to travel to? Iceland, it’s different from all the hot counties and I’d love to try their natural hot springs.
What animal would be your ideal pet?
A cat or two would be the perfect pet for me.
If you had a day of what would you spend it doing? Sometimes it’s nice to relax on an odd day off however I much prefer to be out and about so I’d either go for a walk or go shopping.
What is your guilty pleasure? Nice food maybe? It could be shopping for bits for home (which I definitely don’t need more of!)
How do you make your own life more environmentally friendly? I recycle and have done for years, recently I have ditched the cling film for beeswax wraps, which are an amazing zero waste alternative, and they look good too!