Campaign Operations Manager for Growthonics, Nadiul Islam joined the BPO market in late 2015. His journey started as an analyst on night shift, where he worked his way up the ladder to be manager for Dhaka’s digital campaign team. Before this, he worked as a researcher in an advert/marketing company and holds a degree in Economics from North South University in Dhaka.
He currently manages a team of 55 highly energetic associates with two hardworking Team Leads.
• Knowledge on how automation works
• Excel formula knowledge
• Analytics and Testing Abilities
• Attention to Details
• Good communication
• Problem Solving
• Openness to feedback
• Increase sales for our clients
• Increase loyalty for our clients
• Contentious generation of high potential leads
• Low or zero Bounce rate
• Positive engagement generated from the lead
Since our major success comes from the UK market, we follow the Financial
Services Register for firms or individuals.
For the UK, nearly all financial service activities must be authorized by the FCA
(Financial Conduct Authority) and the PRA.
Also, ICP of the financial services industry varies from client to client, we always
open our search from Banks to Various firms as clients require.
Finding suitable leads for the recruitment industry in the UK can be a bit tricky
as statistics shows the number of recruitment agencies currently sits at a record
high of more than 27,700.
So, to find suitable leads, we try to understand the business nature of our clients
first. Then we determine the ICP with job posting tracks on employment
websites like Reed, Indeed and so on.
Fintech is an ever evolving industry and being updated is the key to success
here. We use the UK fintech directory for the UK market.
For other markets, we rely on Crunchbase and Twitter, as they prove to be
excellent sources for Fintech trends and acquisition related information.
From OS to SAAS, software is a vast industry. We use various online platforms or
pages like CNET, PCmag, Clutch to find the comparative B2B reviews for more intricate targeting.