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Kim De Vito

Title:
Travel Retail Account Manager – Beauty

Started with Blackjack:

2010

Key Skills/Experience:

I joined Blackjack after working as a professional dancer for 6 years. I am very proud of my journey through the company starting as a member of the LHR T5 CTT team, to Staffing Exec and finally to Beauty Account Manager TR UK. I have extensive experience in the Entertainment/Events industry and my key skills have to be team work, multi-tasking and organisation!

Hobbies:

TR leaves no time for hobbies!

Likes:

Food, going on holiday, being busy, Michael Bublé & surprises

Dislikes:

Being bored, negativity & going to the gym

What was your first impression of Blackjack?

A really fun company to work for.

A special moment at Blackjack…

There are many but most recently I attended one of the award & recognition days for our team.  I was unbelievably proud of some of the outstanding achievements that were read out.  Not only can our team provide excellent service but have done everything from helping lost & distressed passengers find their way to saving lives!

What is a typical day at Blackjack like?

There is no typical day at Blackjack which is why I love my job!  My days have varied from a usual 9-5 in the office to choreographing an Easter event for a dance off between a chicken and the Easter bunny.

One thing you probably did not know about me is…

That I have an obsession with Cadburys chocolate fingers. Whole packets have been known to go missing in one sitting…

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