Juliette introduces herself as a very sociable and optimistic Frenchwoman, who loves to travel and discover new things.
She found ULab while walking around the city. She saw our center and came in to get information; it was just the space she needed to be able to work and get out of the house a bit. Now, she is part of our community, and fits in perfectly by doing meetings from our “fishbowl” rooms.
Q: For those who don’t know you at ULab, who are you?
A: My name is Juliette, I’m French, I’m 27 years old and I’ve been in Alicante for 3 years. I tend to be very social and optimistic.
Q: What do you do for a living ?
A: I studied international business and now I work as a salesperson for a kitchen furnishing brand.
Q: What role do you have in the company? (if you are not self-employed)
A: I am responsible for the area between Murcia and Valencia: I represent the brand to check that the brand image is respected in all the stores in the Levante region, and help the teams to achieve their objectives.
Q: Nowadays we live in a very competitive world, what do you think is the trait that differentiates you from the rest?
A:The trait that differentiates would be my flexibility: I love to travel and move, to discover, to try, to change, to make last minute plans etc.
Juliette: ‘I like the idea of sharing, being able to meet more people’.
Q: How did you end up at ULab?
Walking around Alicante I found this place: when I entered I liked the atmosphere and I didn’t look any further.
Q: What does ULab give you as a place to work?
A: Given the situation, I work more and more from home and I don’t want to stay at home alone: I like the idea of sharing, meeting new people and being in a good working environment.
Q: How do you feel working at ULab with this new normality?
A: I just think it is one of the few places where we can meet more people without being at risk, not losing the social link and being at ease to work.
Q: Small test, what book would you like to recommend? And a movie?
A: Book: Chess Novel by Stefan Zweig. It is a captivating book for those who like history and human complexity.
A movie: ‘’Nos jours heureux’’ It’s a French film , very lighthearted and humorous about a children’s camp, with a lot of simple but happy moments of life.
Q: Let’s end with your favorite series.
A: Black Mirror, a classic that won’t leave you indifferent!