24 May 2016
Post by James Doherty
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James Doherty interviews Mar Ramis, Scifabric’s new business development manager.
I was born and bred in Palma, Mallorca but have lived outside of my little island for
more than half of my life.
My background is in media communications. I went to university in Madrid before working
at a music label that produces children’s music. I then moved to the UK and worked in events,
marketing and market research before moving into the TV industry, where I have worked for the past nine years.
Green, and red, and blue, and orange, and yellow! It depends on my mood really. I love all colours,
they all bring something different to the table.
The lovely Mar loving all the colours on the table.
Actually Scifabric found me. I have known Clara for a while and she thought that my profile
met the requirements for this new position and voila! here I am – excited but a little terrified.
I love Cities at Night but the one that’s closest to my
heart for personal reasons is Cancer Research UK’s Trailblazer.
Mallorcan coca – a type of flatbread with veggies – in any shape or form, and gazpacho.
I can’t pick just one. There are way too many great artists past and present. I listen to a
variety of music from the cheesiest bands to the trendiest, independent labels and totally unknown artists.
I enjoy listening to the radio. Right now, I’m digging The Cure.
Love music. Photo by Anthony Delanoix.
Never. I’m a 100% newby in the industry – that’s what I call a challenge!
My job will be to move the company towards a healthy business position, win and look after
clients, as well as ensuring that the business side of Scifabric runs as smoothly as possible.
I hope to help position the company as a market leader within the crowdsourcing sector.
The tech market is constantly changing and evolving. In PyBossa, Scifabric has a unique tool,
so we need to show the world how amazing it is and how much it can benefit society.
Two goldfish: Peppa and George – names chosen by my two-year-old daughter.
Pottery – I can make you a fabulous plate any time you like!
Probably an intensive course in coding – eeeek!
The idea of Scifabric, PyBossa and Crowdcrafting helping people – directly or indirectly.
The sky’s the limit, right?
The limit. Photo by Paul Csogi.
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