Finnish medical supply marketplace firm Droppe has welcomed Jari Miranda to its team as its new Customer Success Manager. In his role, Jari will collaborate closely with customers, while also utilizing his design skills to assist the company’s service design capabilities.
A person with many talents and interests, Jari is also the director of a co-working space and a game space, and he is the editor-in-chief for Proggisbladet, a quarterly magazine that’s published in southern Helsinki. In his most recent role, he was a prototype engineer and social officer for virtual reality hardware company Varjo Technologies. He says he’s interested in working with talented people in any role, which is what attracted him to Droppe.
“I like lots of stuff, but I was convinced by the core people that are involved. For me, it’s about who you're working with, it's a natural way of expressing myself and being with people and having fun,” he says. “My different roles are not just business-focused, but they’re about showing people good vibes. I think if you keep that mentality, then people will appreciate it. You want to execute, of course, but I really think about creating communities and believing in people.”
Jari is half Finnish, half Spanish, and has split his time growing up between both countries. He is a qualified designer who is also working towards his Master’s degree in Collaborative and Industrial Design at Aalto University. His girlfriend’s passion for horse riding has driven his interest in the sport, as well as horse grooming, and he also enjoys snowboarding.