Nabeel  Ahmad

Nabeel Ahmad

Customer Success Manager at CoolPlanet

Tell us a bit about yourself ?

I am an engineer with strong people skills. I enjoy helping people get the very best from technology. I really enjoy working with people from different nationalities, I find it truly enjoyable. I am perpetually eager to learn, grow, and collaborate with others to accomplish goals in my life.

Where did you work prior to joining CoolPlanet?

CSM in SES - Imagotag, a French company that works in the e-ink technology and e-labels used in retail stores.

What does your job entail?

Integrating CoolPlanetOS into the daily routines of teams, spanning from the plant room to the boardroom, it involves a comprehensive approach. This entails analysing data meticulously, creating impactful and pertinent visuals to extract crucial insights. These insights, in turn, really lead to actionable strategies that improve performance, my team deliver major cost savings for clients so its very rewarding to say the least.

What do you enjoy most about working for CoolPlanet?

The culture here is truly exceptional. It's a refreshing, our values resonate so deeply that we not only want to be part of this culture but actively contribute to upholding it. I genuinely relish being immersed in this forward-thinking environment. Furthermore, my teammates and manager are outstanding, which makes my overall experience at work just great.

When you were a child, what did you want to be when you grew up?

I wanted to be an astronaut, Space has always fascinated me!

What do you like to do in your spare time?

Create digital content on personal development and career, I also really enjoy choreography and dancing to my favourite beats.

What keeps you motivated ?

My healthy body, My family, my friends and the fact that I have a super supportive team with me who are ambitious and talented.

Tell us an interesting thing about you?

I play new school hip hop and I can sing some melodies.

What is your life mantra?

Power of compounding is under-rated. So baby steps, one at a time, are far better and more impactful than relying on talent to achieve something. Consistency beats talent.