An industry driven by emotions
A few years later, I joined MakoLab… and the task was harder than ever, mainly because I didn’t have an IT background. But that just made me more determined and motivated me to challenge myself and figure out the best way to make use of the experience and knowledge I’d gained throughout my career. Actually, I do believe that a broad work experience has its benefits as it gives you a keener eye for business.
The automotive industry is driven by emotions. It has so much to offer and teaches you such a broad set of skills. It’s also satisfying because you find yourself helping people to fulfil their dreams. Most of the brands have a huge heritage that translates into a vast resource of knowledge. And that knowledge is a major part of what makes it ‘the industry of the future’, especially with the use of technology.
Luckily, the fact that my wife and children are Polish citizens made our move to Poland less difficult.
And the final important reason that I found it so easy to fit in is the friendliness, openness and generosity of the Polish people. I’ve never felt like a stranger here.
It looks as if our traditions really aren’t as far apart as it might seem. On the contrary! Mind you, Martin hadn’t heard about how animals speak with human voices on Christmas Eve…