Jim Fullana.

By Posted in - on February 26th, 2014

Business Leader

Contact me…

If you need to know what it takes to grow & maintain a specialist team in the big bad world. I have also been known to be useful when it comes to digital product development.

I am passionate about…

I love seeing my team grow, mature to the point where they far exceed my capabilities, giving them all the support, development opportunities and responsibility they need.

My background

Half English, half Spanish, engineering brain (classically trained at the University of Bath) but with non-engineering tendencies. Love a little bit of sport & pushing people to get involved!

My QR story

I joined the team back in 2009 as a fresh faced graduate, I’m a big advocate of a healthy work life balance, promoting sport in the workplace and making sure everyone has fun at work. It’s something that has taken off in QR, with the running group, the cycling team, Dunton swim club, the footy team and more. Likewise with working for QR, I try to make every day no different to hanging out with friends, we spend so much of our lives at work, you should be making sure you like the people you work with and that everyone has fun.

I have seen QR grow and change from a company where the team meeting consisted of 5 of us deciding what pens we were going to order, all the way through to today where we have almost 100 people and 10 rotating hosts for the team meeting with packed agendas every week.  I guess in summation… I’m proud and happy to have helped mould QR over the years into the company it is today and I look forward to many more of them.

When I am not working for QR I…….

I live in London with a solid group of family and friends, my big passions in life are sport, motorbikes and cooking… my Mrs would probably argue I spend too much time on the PlayStation though.

Contact me

If you need to know what it takes to grow & maintain a specialist team in the big bad world. I have also been known to be useful when it comes to digital product development.

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