Onomondo is excited to announce that Jesper Jørgensen has joined the Sales Closing team as a Senior Account Executive. In his new role he will report to Sales Manager Bruno Leite and work from the company’s headquarter in Central Copenhagen.
As a Senior Account Executive on the newly established Commercial Team Jesper will be responsible for structuring the processes around onboarding new customers as well as systematizing the company’s New Business efforts. This is something he is looking very much forward to as it allows him to have a lot of customer contact. The daily calls with customers are one of the key drivers for Jesper. “I find it highly motivating to connect with customers to understand their needs and challenges and then try to solve these with the Onomondo solution” Jesper said.
Jesper’s career took off immediately after graduating high school when he started as a Sales Associate with Lemvig-Müller but after only two years he was headhunted to British Airways in Dublin, Ireland. While in Dublin Jesper moved to Datadog, initially as Sales Development Representative but progressed to Senior Account Executive after only two years with the company. It was his extensive experience and results from Datadog that landed him the position with Onomondo. “I had learnt a lot about sales and frameworks to optimize sales processes but I was looking for new challenges within the field of tech” he said.
On the challenges ahead with building the sales institution from scratch in Onomondo Jesper said: “It is definitely a challenge to build everything up from nothing but it is so rewarding that I get to influence the process and bring in my expertise. There is such a short way from thought to action and that is really exciting”.
Having spent a lot of his childhood years growing up in Greenland, later moving around with his family between Denmark, Germany, Canada and most recently lived in Ireland Jesper is no stranger to living abroad but he is excited to be back in Denmark and Copenhagen as he can then spend his spare time renovating his 2nd generation Datsun Sunny veteran car. Hoping he will be able to take it for a drive in the summer of 2021. Unsure if he is actually willing to sell it after spending five years with the project Jesper hopes to one day be able to trade his way to renovate an old Jaguar XK120. Who can blame him?