Interview Series #3 episode 3:
Neil Campbell, Chief Growth Officer at Smol, shared the questions he asks himself before deciding to work for a company
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Fopsha asked Neil Campbell to share what factors he considers before deciding to work for a company
Isobel: What are the factors that you take into account when assessing whether to take a job offer at a new company or not?
Neil: Yeah, these are really personal to me. So this is everyone's kind of play less than a playbook and it's where I am in my kind of career as well. So but for me, the main things are it has to be something that I believe in so small I really love our kind of like sustainable mission.
And that's, that's really important to me to do something I think is having an impact on the world. So maybe before Money Box, I really enjoyed the fact that it was sort of bringing that sort of wealth management to a wider group of people, not just those who could sort of afford a financial advisor. So I kind of like that.
And the other thing that's really important to me is company size. I've worked in all kinds of sized companies throughout my career. So I've done you know, I was on a huge kind of global business, although I was there before I as giant as it is now I am. But then also I've worked in a sort of person start-up and, you know, in terrible offices above Paddington Station and one of the things I've kind of realised is that I quite like the sort of post series B sort of start-up, which is at the point at which, OK, we've got the kind of the unity economics working quite well.
You know, we can sell our product and make money on it. We have enough resources to, you know, to raise money. So we've got the cash to go and actually test properly and to kind of scale stuff. But at the same time, there's still loads of questions to be answered, there's still loads of problems to be solved and there's still lots of really exciting stuff kind of happening and so and at that size of company, you're in a team where you kind of know everyone, it's very collaborative.
You kind of work really well together. And so for me, those are the two most important things is that essentially it's, you know, something I believe in and it's the kind of right size company because if it gets too big, it gets corporate and serious and kind of teams are too big and small is right at that point for me, like, yeah, perfect.
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