Traslo Service Family: Luca.

Time to interview the latest addition to the Traslo family. This time Luca answers our questions who is the newest member of the team, and happens to be the youngest. […]

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Time to interview the latest addition to the Traslo family.

This time Luca answers our questions who is the newest member of the team, and happens to be the youngest.

If you want to know what he told us, just keep reading!

  • So, Luca. How does it feel to be a part of the team, have they made you feel welcome?

It feels great, they have made sure I felt really welcome. I didn’t actually think that an office environment would feel this positive, which is fantastic.

  • What brought you to Traslo, London? When you arrived did you have something else in mind?I came here to improve my language skills. Samuele offered me this great opportunity, and I took it. I love this job.
  • You graduated last year. The easiest route would have been to enroll in college but you decided to move to London. Why?
    My dream was to study medicine but “unfortunately” I did not pass the initial test and maybe, it was a blessing; the second was to come to London, an idea born last summer while studying for the medicine test. I was not interested in any other faculty and so I packed and left.
  • Had you met your colleagues before arriving in London?
Yes, it was November last year. I came here on holiday. We have a great working relationship and they actually treat me like the mascot of the team.
  • Did you understand something about Brexit? What do you think about it?
    I did not understand much about Brexit. However, insofar as I can say, I do not think it is a right choice because in England, and particularly in London, foreigners make a large gear of the English system complex.
  • What is your advise to other young people who want to move to London?

My advise could only be that people need to use their will power and have plenty of courage, because a city like London has lots to offer.

  • Could you say an adjective for each of your colleagues including Samuele.
    I am not very good at attributing adjectives to people, but I can tell you that they are all wonderful people.
  • Too good!!! 🙂
  • What are your plans for the future?

    The future plans I have, all start with improving my language skills. But for now I’m really focused on developing my skills for this industry, here at Traslo.

If you have any other questions for Luca, just write to us.

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