Ciqurix Team Q&A with Sales Manager Steve Wesley
Updated: Nov 1
For this month’s catch-up, it was the turn of our Sales Manager, Steve Wesley. We asked him some questions about life and working for Ciqurix.
If you had to sum up Ciqurix in 3 words, what would they be?
Forward thinking – Caring – Fun
Why did you apply for a position at Ciqurix/ what is your role?
I heard great things about the company and I was keen to work for an organisation that shared my ethos for work, I’ve always believed that if you surround yourself with the right team with the right attitude, the rest just happens organically, and that’s what we have here. The right team, doing the right things. I, like everyone at Ciqurix, am pleased to be offering a product which can save lives and has the potential to completely reform the industry.
There really isn’t such a thing as a normal day at Ciqurix, which is what I love about the job but generally I would be the first point of contact nationally and internationally for anything sales related. I promote and explain the features and benefits of our system to new distributors, installers and end users as well as offer ongoing support to existing customers. I feel that my role and focus is very much based on building and nurturing relationships, this is something I enjoy both personally and professionally, the processes from initial contact through to product commissioning and live use is something I get great pleasure from facilitating.
Since starting, what has been one thing that has surprised you the most about Ciqurix?
The freedom to crack on with your job with the trust and confidence from your colleagues and peers.
What would you name the autobiography of your life?
Living on a prayer!
What’s the best thing about your job?
Travelling and meeting new people. One of the things I think that I am best at is building new relationships and sustaining existing ones, I really enjoy the responsibility of delivering on a promise.
What are you looking forward to in the next 12 months?
Growth and the responsibility of being an integral part of how that happens.
If you could meet anyone, living or dead, who would you meet?
What do you enjoy doing when you’re not working?
Spending time with friends, family and the woofers (Dogs as they are more commonly known).