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Ein Wu is RELX’s Overseas Trade Marketing Manager and she loves seeing the company flourish and run at full speed, as well as the team, to build RELX into a global legacy.
1. How would you explain your job in RELX?
I’m responsible for central trade marketing, including 2B and 2C promotion strategies, and 2B communication for global projects.
2. Why did you join RELX?
I was referred by a friend, he told me RELX is a very promising player in this industry, and that the team is capable of thriving globally. He is not a RELX employee but gives RELX a high NPS.
After seeing the founding team and their ambitions, results driven peers, I knew I made the right choice.
3. If you’re a RELX Pod Flavour, what would you be and why?
If there is a flavor to represent me, it would be Sangria.
4. What makes you most effective at work?
The people and the great team spirit. I work with sharp people and we get things done. There is no doubt that I have learned and improved a lot from my colleagues in the past year.
5. What keeps you going? What inspires/motivates you?
The faith that we are doing the right thing in the industry to develop future-forward solutions for the 1 billion adult smokers. Seeing the company flourish and run at full speed motivates me, as well as the team, to build RELX into a global legacy.
6. Sunshine or Moonlight?
7. If you were in a magazine or news article tomorrow, what would the headline title be?
Hmm… I don’t want to be titled in a magazine or news, but if RELX is featured in a magazine or the news because of any big achievement or successful event, I’d like to be the person behind the scenes which will be inspiring.
8. Are you a realist or an idealist?
I answer it with lyrics from John Lennon: “You may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the only one”.
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