An interview with Hannah Brown – 5 Year Work Anniversary
To celebrate Hannah's 5 year work anniversary, we sat down with Hannah to recap on her time at mso.
I have learnt so much over the last five years, everything from basic HTML to how our MD Paul likes his tea!
Sam Meade Business Development Manager
Recently our very own Project Manager, Hannah Brown celebrated her five year anniversary working at mso.
To celebrate such a momentous occasion, we decided to sit down with Hannah to find out more about her time at the company and what she has enjoyed most over the years.
Let’s take it right back to the start, what was your first role at mso?
I joined mso an Apprentice as a Business Administrator.
It involved me helping out the business in any way that I could, whether it was answering inbound calls, helping marketing with content creation, contacting clients for feedback or assisting the Project Manager’s with client work, which has led me to where I am today.
Can you remember what made you first apply for the role?
Having just left school, I knew that I wanted to work in the digital and creative industry.
Upon hearing about a role within a web agency just down the road, I knew I had to apply, even if it was a different role than what I was initially seeking.
It was an industry I wanted to work in.
Do you remember what your first day was like?
I can recall I was very nervous but at the same time excited.
However, it was five years ago and I don’t have the best memory!
How has your role changed over the years?
After the first year of my apprenticeship, I was offered the opportunity to join the Project Management team, starting in a junior position.
I was in this role for another year before being promoted to a Project Manager.
What has been your biggest achievement to date?
Delivering an award winning website project for one of my clients, New Hall School.
What is your favourite part about your role?
For me, it has to be the people. Some of them I have worked with for five years and as such we have a real team spirit.
Do you have a favourite project that you have worked on?