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Meet the Crew – George Wolf

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Meet George Wolf, Queensland Sales Manager

1. What do you do at CreditorWatch and why do you love it?

I’m the QLD sales manager and I have the privilege of working with a talented and ambitious team of BDMs and Account Managers based out of the BNE office.

2. What does your average workday look like?

I commute most days into the city which gives me some structure and lets me get out of the house.  It’s also a great time to reflect and think which I find valuable.  The workday is always varied but thankfully CreditorWatch doesn’t wrap me up in admin so most of the time I’m either working with my team either in the office or out and about seeing clients.

3. What makes CreditorWatch special to you?

It’s exciting to work with an industry disruptor.  CreditorWatch is really challenging the accepted paradigms of commercial credit by offering a superior customer experience underpinned by technology, more unique data and a far stronger value proposition.  That I get to do this as the leader of the QLD team is a huge bonus.

4. What’s the biggest career lesson you’ve learnt so far?

Don’t wait for things to happen or for people to do them for you… they rarely will.  Just get on with it and if you get a few little slaps on wrist along the way they are far less painful than what will happen if you sit on your hands waiting…

5. What was your first job?

Flipping burgers at Maccas.

6. What are you most passionate about?

I’m a big believer that you need to stay connected to customers regardless of your role within the organisation.  It’s really the only way to ensure the business stays relevant and is really meeting the needs of the market.  In this day of technology and self service the sand can shift beneath your feet so quickly

7. Who or what is your biggest inspiration?

Tough question.  There isn’t really one person or thing for me. We definitely live in a world where we worship celebrity, whether that be the latest Instagram superstar or of the ultra rich, but I would urge people to look for inspiration in their day to day lives.  There are great people doing things everywhere it may not be obvious or visible.  We are so used to being told what success is, we’ve lost a bit of our ability to judge it for ourselves.

8. If you could do another job for just one day, what would you do?

Might be fun to be a highway patrol for a day.  So many bad drivers out there…

9. What has kept you busy during COVID lockdown? – activities e.g., cooking, binge of shows/movies.

Thankfully QLD has been quite lucky with lockdowns, so I haven’t had too many days at home.  I usually mess around fixing my old land cruiser or odd jobs around the house.  If it gets stuck there are plenty of weeds in the garden.

10.If you could travel anywhere in the world right now, where would you go? What would you want to see?

Well the kids haven’t seen their cousins in Sydney for a couple of years now so we’d probably hit the road.