The Svoboda & Williams team has once again expanded in recent months. In addition to the hiring of a new Head of Digital, two departments welcomed new members: rentals and marketing. New colleagues have also joined the group of receptionists.
Tomáš Krejcárek has joined Svoboda & Williams as its new Head of Digital to develop the company's digital vision. Tomáš has a degree in media studies from Charles University in Prague. He then worked for four years for the IT startup Siesta Labs, where he held various positions. He not only helped build the Siesta Codes software house, gradually installed new processes, managed projects, expanded the team, scaled up and developed the business, but basically established a new company. Besides the language of IT, Tomáš also speaks English.
The marketing team welcomed copywriter and marketing specialist Nikola Koštálová, who will be responsible for copywriting and marketing support for our colleagues in Slovakia. Nikola lived abroad for eight years, mostly in the United Kingdom, where she studied marketing and advertising with a focus on fashion and design at Solent University Southampton. Afterwards, she worked in marketing communication for organizations from non-profits to ad agencies. She speaks Slovak and English fluently.
Magdalena Mašková is now part of the residential rentals team. Magdalena studied civil engineering at the Secondary School of Civil Engineering then continued her studies at the Czech Technical University, Faculty of Civil Engineering. She went on to study managerial psychology at Ambis. She previously worked in property management and in reconstructing apartments and buildings for private investors. Magdalena speaks English. Jan Dutczák is the new administrative support for agents in the rental team. Honza is a graduate of the arts management program at the University of Economics in Prague. Until recently, he mainly worked in production and was also an event manager. He speaks English proficiently.
The newest members of the reception group are Tereza Škvrnová, who is currently studying for a bachelor's degree in Construction Management and Engineering at the Czech Technical University in Prague, and Viktorie Hudzak, who was an outreach worker after graduating high school. Tereza speaks English and Spanish, while Viktorie speaks Ukrainian and Russian and is proficient in English.