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Meet the Dexory Team: Enora, Senior Marketing Executive


I joined the company in September 2020. This was my first full-time role after graduating from my Masters studying Digital Creative Media. I joined as a Marketing Graduate, and I now am a Senior Marketing Executive. I studied topics tying Business and Digital Transformation together, and I was interested in communication, marketing as well as new technologies such as Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. Dexory seemed like the perfect match. The team was much smaller then, and there was a very hands-on culture which remains until today even if we have a team that’s five times larger.  

What do you think sets Dexory apart from other organisations?

The solution that Dexory offers is so innovative. Being on trade shows and keeping up with the industry, I have never come across something like DexoryView. The technology is very advanced, and it takes a certain type of person to create it. And the people at Dexory are what I personally believe sets Dexory from other companies.

How has the company changed since you started?

Since I have joined, Dexory has had exponential growth. Much has happened: we moved offices, rebranded, launched a new solution, had multiple rounds of funding, and relocated production in our warehouse in Oxfordshire. I also have so many new colleagues! It’s incredible to see how much can be accomplished in so little time and I expect many changes will happen in the months to come.

If you could switch roles with anyone in the company for a day, who would it be and why?

I would really like to be a Production Engineer for the day. The process of assembling the pieces together to create a robot feels very rewarding. I used to play with Meccano when I was a child and it seems similar, on a much higher scale obviously! Also, the workshop is such a cool place to work in, it has all types of machines and I find the 3D printer and the CNC machine quite mesmerising.

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This company has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement number 849938