Abby

Senior Account Manager

What made you want to work for Fifteen?
The fun, vibrant and enthusiastic environment. Fifteen strive for the best, I always go the extra mile for my clients so I think it’s important the whole team are on board with that.

Why did you become a Senior Account Manager and what are the most enjoyable aspects of the job?
I became an account manager because I wanted to be that person that made sure every client got exceptional service and really saw the value in our company. The most enjoyable aspect of the job is when you’ve built relationships and every customer you deal with trusts you to do a great job!

What’s the most unusual fact about yourself that not a lot of people know?
I’m an incurable adrenaline junkie. I’ve bungee jumped, done all the rides on top of the Stratosphere (if you know, you know). Next on the bucket list is a sky dive.

What would we be likely to bump into you doing at the weekend?
Drinking a ridiculous cocktail with sparklers and umbrellas.


My party trick is: Drinking well above my weight class.

If I was born a boy my parents would have named me: They actually didn’t prepare any names, it was pretty much ‘first thing to come to mind will do’.

My favourite cocktail is: Caipirinha (although I have no idea how it’s pronounced so I still to this day have to point to the menu).

If I was in a band, we would be called: The terrible singers?

I cringe at: Bad table manners, especially chewing with your mouth open.

I laugh at: Completely inappropriate situations that I definitely shouldn’t laugh at.

On my way to work I: Embarrassingly rap every word to the likes of Stormzy, Skepta, Giggs, Lil Wayne (I promise my real musical taste is a lot better but it gets me ready for the day).

If I won the lottery, I would: Probably just create myself more work, start planning festivals and big music events.

My home from home is: My (almost) god mum’s house in California.

The best piece of advice I’ve ever had is: What will be, will be. Don’t sweat the small stuff.

I am never without: A can of coke. I don’t know what would happen on a day I didn’t have one… maybe I’d combust.

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