As I mark my six-month milestone at Sapience, I can say without hesitation that it's been an exciting and rewarding experience so far. In this post, I'll share some of my impressions and highlight a few key themes that have stood out to me during my first six months at Sapience.
One of the most exciting things about working at Sapience is the opportunity to dive into new research approaches and go beyond business-as-usual. From experimental set-ups to nudging interventions and implicit measures like IAT and eye-tracking, I've been exposed to cutting-edge techniques that have expanded my knowledge and skills. And thanks to the support of my colleagues and access to state-of-the-art scientific papers and books from experts in the field, I've been able to deepen my understanding of the latest research and its applications.
But it's not just about the learning opportunities - it's also about making a real impact for our clients. In my first six months, I've worked on a diverse range of projects across different sectors, from student housing to headphones, and from pricing research to brand and communication research. This diversity has kept things exciting and helped me see parallels between sectors that we can use to provide even better recommendations for our clients. And the best part? Our clients are happy with the work we're doing, rating us 9.3 out of 10 for customer delight on average.
Of course, it's not all work and no play at Sapience. The atmosphere is informal and fun, and there are plenty of opportunities to bond with my colleagues over a beer or a glass of wine. From team activities like e-karting to shared meals where we get to enjoy Davide's delicious Italian cooking, there's a real sense of camaraderie and trust that makes working at Sapience a pleasure.
As I look ahead to the next six months, I'm excited to continue contributing to the Sapience story and helping our clients achieve their goals. Working at Sapience has been a very satisfying experience so far, and I can't wait to see what the future holds.